Ram recently teased the ProMaster EV. The all-electric cargo van will be revealed within the first half of this year with customer deliveries during the second half. It's said to be heavily based on the Fiat e-Ducato for the European market.
"The Italian van was co-developed with DHL and launched in 2021 with a single electric motor with an output of 120 horsepower (90 kilowatts) and 210 pound-feet (280 Newton-meters) of instant torque. Customers in Europe can buy the e-Ducato with either a 47-kilowatt-hour or 79 kWh battery for a range of up to 170 miles (280 kilometers) on a single charge measured by Europe’s WLTP mixed cycle. According to estimations, a range of about 230 miles (370 km) can be expected in the urban cycle.

Commercial van customers will probably be more interested to hear how much the e-Ducato can carry, assuming the ProMaster will have similar if not identical numbers. The battery-powered van from Italy has a cargo volume of between 350 and 600 cubic feet (10 to 17 cubic meters) and a maximum payload of 4,300 pounds (1,950 kilograms). It will be interesting to see whether the new Super High Roof option introduced for the ProMaster in 2023 will be also available for the electric version of the bus."