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Ram has confirmed that the Ram EV Concept will be revealed in November the night before the LA Auto Show, which would be November 17th.

The LA Auto Show runs from Nov. 18-27


Ram’s electric pickup truck will enter production in 2024. But before that happens, Ram has to show off the concept. The big reveal will happen this November, the night before the LA Auto Show. The unnamed production version won’t debut until sometime next year.

We know very little about the vehicle, but Ram CEO Mike Koval Jr. told the Detroit Free Press that the truck would outperform its competitors in doing quintessential truck things like hauling and towing. Ram teased the EV earlier this year, writing in a tweet of the video that it was “Time to steal some thunder,” putting the Ford F-150 Lightning and Chevrolet Silverado EV on notice.
 

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BTW it's great to see that Ram really understands that with electrification we still want real Ram trucks. I just hope they deliver on what's being said here:

"More and more truck intenders are open-minded to the idea of electrification in their pickups, but they’re not willing to sacrifice our most core attributes that make a truck a truck, like towing, like hauling, and in the future, range and charge time. In other words, ‘trucks still need to do truck things’ is the message that we’re receiving” through feedback to date."

"If you’re towing a 10,000-pound trailer behind your vehicle across the state or across the country, it’s nerve-racking, for sure. We hear you, and we believe we will push past what others have announced with our fuller portfolio of electrified solutions from 2024."
 

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BTW it's great to see that Ram really understands that with electrification we still want real Ram trucks. I just hope they deliver on what's being said here:

"More and more truck intenders are open-minded to the idea of electrification in their pickups, but they’re not willing to sacrifice our most core attributes that make a truck a truck, like towing, like hauling, and in the future, range and charge time. In other words, ‘trucks still need to do truck things’ is the message that we’re receiving” through feedback to date."

"If you’re towing a 10,000-pound trailer behind your vehicle across the state or across the country, it’s nerve-racking, for sure. We hear you, and we believe we will push past what others have announced with our fuller portfolio of electrified solutions from 2024."
If they can solve the range drop that happens when towing then it'll be a huge win for them. It'll definitely make up for them being late to market behind Ford, Rivian, GM and Tesla.
 

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Looks like the debut has been pushed back to CES 2023 in January.

 
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