Stellantis' Ram truck brand will unveil the Ram 1500 Revolution battery-electric vehicle concept Jan. 5 at CES 2023, the tech industry's signature showcase in Las Vegas, the automaker said on its blog.
The company said the truck is packed with technology features it called "exclusive and advanced."
Ram plans to offer electrified vehicles in the majority of key light-truck segments by 2025, and all truck and van segments no later than 2030.
Ram says its EVs, including the 1500 BEV production vehicle debuting in 2024, will lead rivals in range, towing, payload and charge time. By 2024, trucks such as the GMC Hummer EV and Ford F-150 Lightning will have been on the market for two years. The Chevrolet Silverado EV goes into production next year. Ford and GM have received more than 150,000 reservations for their big electric trucks.
Stellantis officials have said the Ram electric truck's later arrival to market is an advantage by creating an opportunity to gather customer input and make necessary adjustments.
Stellantis launched Ram Revolution in February as an insider program where consumers could share input and get updates as the electric pickup was being developed.
RamRevolution.com served as the program's hub.
At the New York auto show in April, Stellantis officials said the concept would be shown this year.