Ram will launch its “segment-redefining” electric pickup in November.

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At the Detroit Auto Show, CEO Mike Koval informed Fox News Digital that the company will debut its first all-electric pickup in November.
The “segment-redefining Ram 1500” will be previewed by the Ram Revolution concept before going on sale in 2024.
Its capabilities will “beyond what our competitors have disclosed thus far,” according to Koval.

The electric Ram Revolution will be unveiled in November.

These include the Chevrolet Silverado EV, which is expected to have a maximum of 660 horsepower and 400 miles of range, as well as the Ford F-150 Lightning, which is now on sale and has up to 563 horsepower, 320 miles of range, and a 10,000-pound towing capability.

Ram CEO Mike Koval said the Revolution will andquot;exceedandquot; the competition's capabilities.

Koval remarked, “Electrification doesn’t have to be a restriction.

Despite not switching entirely to electric vehicles just yet, Koval claimed that Ram intends to offer an electric version of the majority of the product lines it sells by 2025 and of all of them by 2030.

In fact, he said that the business would make headlines in late September at the Texas State Fair regarding their gasoline and diesel Heavy Duty vehicles.

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With a maximum capacity of 37,100 pounds, the Ram HD pickups are currently the towing kings, just surpassing the 37,000-pound Ford Super Duty. However, Ford will also be unveiling upgraded vehicles soon.


The Ram HD has a maximum towing capacity of 37,100 pounds.

Ram doesn’t just concentrate on large vehicles. According to Koval, it might present a compact vehicle design at its dealer convention in March of next year to gather them comments.


Koval explained, “It’s just my little test case with 4,000 testers.
I was to explain this idea to them, get their feedback, and take it from there.

While Ford and Hyundai have recently seen success with the tiny Maverick and Santa Cruz, Ram last sold a midsize pickup truck in 2011 that was comparable in size to the Ford Ranger and Chevy Colorado.

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