These two new angles give us an idea of what the final product will look like when it arrives in 2024.
Stellantis is keeping itself busy with the introduction of several new EV products such as the all-electric Jeep and some niche models that will fall under the Opel and Lancia divisions. One highly anticipated product in the pipeline is undoubtedly the Ram 1500 EV which is destined to arrive in 2024. We haven't seen or heard much about this fully electric truck, but the automotive group has given us a new look at what we might expect.
The new truck will be entering a segment that is quickly becoming cut-throat with the likes of the Ford F-150 Lightning and Chevrolet Silverado EV already getting a jump on the market. When the Ram arrives, it will also have to go up against the likes of more alternative products like the Tesla Cybertruck and Rivian R1T.
The two teaser images don't reveal much but we can see that LED head- and taillights will be used to create a distinctive front and rear appearance. The silhouettes show off a series of muscular panels at the sides and a bold hood design placed right above a futuristic rendition of the Ram logo, also seen at the rear.
From the rear angle, we don't get to see much, other than a low roofline with what looks like a subtle spoiler added just above the rear window. The door windows are much more dynamic than the ones applied to the brand's existing products. We don't know if these teasers detail a final production model or preview an upcoming concept design.
These teaser images follow the launch of the Ram Revolution insider program that allows fans to follow the progression of the EV's development. There are no technical specifications available, but the brand's CEO has confirmed that it will lead the market in terms of battery capacity with a planned range-extender variant.
Given its size, it's plausible that the Ram EV will be built around the STLA-Frame platform which has capability and practicality in mind. Stellantis has already claimed that cars built on this architecture will benefit from a claimed range of just under 500 miles. Stellantis CEO Carlos Tavares has also come out to punt the electric truck and said that he is not worried about the competition. He also confirms that the brand is watching its competitors closely to ensure that it delivers the best product.