Ram’s answer to Ford F-150 Lightning and Chevrolet Silverado EV will launch in 2024. Official details about the electric pickup are few and far between, but recently Brand the filing may have revealed the nameplates that models will wear when landing at galleries.
Parent company Stellantis has requested the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) to trademark the name “Ram Revolution” in January 2022. Spotted by CarBuzzthe application applies to “motor vehicles, in particular passenger vans“so it’s not for a toy or an event. The filing has sparked speculation that Revolution will be the name given to it. 1500auxiliary power. It was a meaningful move; Ram committed to redefining the segmentso the pickup will be more of a revolution than an evolution, and the word “revolution” already has “EV” in it.
Not like the opponent FordRam has no EV-friendly nameplates in the attic waiting to be wiped down. Dodge’s trucks have been under the D-Series umbrella for decades, and its limited edition models carry names like The Dude, Warlock, and the Macho Power Wagon. We assume that Li’l Red show could become the Li’l Green Express, but that territory is arguably best left unexplored. And follow Chevrolet’s lead by putting “EV” after the “1500“The nametag doesn’t seem to be creative enough for the company’s marketing department.
As always, filing a trademark application is not a guarantee that the nameplate will see the light that awaits at the end of the production line. If it’s, Volkswagen will sell Amarok in the US and Falcon will once again be part of the Ford lineup. Ram did not comment on the trademark filing, nor did it reveal what it plans to call its first series production. electric truck. Details will appear in 2022.