Looking quite a bit less spectacular than the Ram 1500 Revolution EV Concept Truck shown at the Consumer Electronics Show just a few months ago, the actual production 2025 Ram 1500 REV was unveiled at New York.

Essentially the current RAM 1500 pickup truck mounted on a new full battery-electric chassis, the 2025 Ram 1500 REV arrives to last to the EV pickup truck market market much less revolution and a bit more evolution.

Better late than never, the new 2025 Ram 1500 REV does offer some heady specs that beat out the Ford Lighting and the Chevrolet Silverado EV trucks – at least for now. It will be available in two power levels starting with the standard 168-kilowatt-hour (kWh) battery pack good for a range up to 350 miles. The big news is the massive and likely quite expensive 229-kWh large battery pack variant with a range of 500 miles.

Like the Ford Lightning it features a unique frame that houses the battery pack in the center and two separate electric drive modules (EDM) at each axle. A 335 horsepower EDM at the front axle has automatic wheel-end disconnect that allow the front wheels to spin freely when needed and another 335 horsepower EDM at the rear axle has within it an electronic-locking rear differential.

The to are good for 654 horsepower and 620 pound-feet of torque that with all-wheel-drive can rocket the truck from 0-60 in 4.4 seconds. RAM also says it will be able to get into water 24-inches deep, tow up to 14,000 pounds and will have a payload of 2,700 pounds. No word on the curb weight yet, but it will be a lot – especially with that 229-kWh battery.

Charging time will be long on Level 2 chargers but if you can find a 350 kW Level 3 fast charger, it can add up to 110 miles of range in around 10 minutes. It can also be a power source for your home in a power outage, a campsite and even a work site with up to 7.2 kW of AC power.

Styling is essentially based on the current RAM crew-cab which will be the only configuration available. It does however feature a revised front clip with fancy “tuning fork” style LED lighting and a front truck known as the “frunk” which here will have up to 15 cubic feet of cargo space. At the rear are more of the tuning fork look in it’s unique LED tail lamps and a power tailgate will be available.

Wheel sizes will range from 20-22 inches and will feature an 8-lug bolt pattern. Standard fully independent air suspension at all for corners will help to manage all of its weight and keep things on the level when loading it up.

Inside, the RAM 1500 REV gets an updated version of the current interior with lots of upgrades in the trim department. Shown here is a new top-level Tungsten trim grade with hand stitched soft trims everywhere.

Technology will surround with a large UConnect 14.5-inch center touchscreen which will house digital controls and information for most everything. Ahead of the driver, a 12.3-inch digital instrument cluster and color head-up display. Ahead of the passenger will be an available 10.25-inch screen allowing them to play and control various ancillary things. A new high-end Klipsch 23 speakers audio system also makes its debut.

The 2025 Ram 1500 REV will be available in five trims including a base level Tradesman. We’ll see how base level it actually is and how easy it will actually be to get one. It’s followed by Big Horn, Lone Star, Laramie, Limited and the new top-level Tungsten.

While it is late to the party and quite a let down in form from the expectations set by the Revolution EV Concept Truck just a few months ago, the RAM 1500 Revolution does best the currently available competition in most of its performance metrics. And, there is no doubting RAM will sell every single one of them they build before they even roll off the line.

The price? All indicators are it will be competitively priced to the Ford Lightning which means a base grade Tradesman will be around the $60,000 mark and a fully loaded Tungsten in the $100,000 territory. We’ll find out soon enough.