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View of a Blue Ram 1500 REV and Silver Ram Revolution Concept model electric pickup truck. against a black background. View of a Blue Ram 1500 REV and Silver Ram Revolution Concept model electric pickup truck. against a black background.

Ram Electrified Vehicles

WELCOME TO THE ELECTRIC ERA

ELECTRIFIED NEXT-GEN TRUCKS

Ram has once again revolutionized what a pickup truck can be. Ram electrified trucks deliver the hard‑hitting performance you need, the comfort you deserve, and the cutting‑edge technology that is bringing Ram vehicles into the future.

UNLOCKING NEW LEVELS OF CAPABILITY

Tow it, haul it, and get the job done with the power you expect from Ram trucks, and the next‑generation technology that the Ram Revolution brings.

RANGE THAT MAKES IT WORK

Ram pushes the boundaries and passes the competition with unique technologies and a commitment to innovation.

EMISSION-FREE POWER

You asked for a zero‑emission pickup truck. Ram’s new range of electrified vehicles answered. Feel good about capable driving with zero emissions while getting the same power you know Ram trucks deliver.

DISCOVER RAM ELECTRIFIED

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Charging Ahead With The Ram Revolution Concept

The Ram Revolution is leading the charge towards our upcoming fleet of vehicles and providing a sneak peek into the electrified horizon that lies ahead.
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HOW CHARGING WORKS

Casual & Convenient
Level I charging uses the 115 V charging cable that’s included with your vehicle, and plugs into any standard three‑prong outlet.
Specialized For Speed
Level II charging uses the 240 V charging cable and a professionally installed home charging dock or commercial charging station.
Fast Power In Minutes
When your vehicle is equipped with DC Fast Charging capability, DC Charging, available at certain public charging stations, will allow you to quickly charge your vehicle’s battery while you’re on the go.
A charger plugged into a Ram 1500 REV pickup truck.

Home Energy ChargingInstallation and configuration requirements may apply. Before purchasing or installing the in-home level II home Charging Station, customer should ensure that the system is compatible with their home's electrical system. Electrical system upgrades may be necessary to ensure compliance with all applicable codes and regulations. Please consult a professional installer for full details.

You can remain powered up as long as your home is adequately equipped. In the event of a power outage, your Ram truck can utilize your home's energy resources for charging, allowing you to get back up and running.

Closeup of the driver’s profile of the Ram Revolution Concept exterior.

Smart Charging Port

Charge your device effortlessly with a lockable, weatherproof enclosure that can be installed indoors and outdoors. The quick‑release mount includes a Smart Charging Port with an identification light indicating progress charging. Inside the cabin, you can conveniently monitor the charging status and estimated time to completion on the touchscreen and digital gauge.Requires purchase and professional installation, contact dealer for details.

Find a Charging Station

Plan your trip by finding available charging stations
using this helpful map.
Browse Charging Stations in Your Area

DRIVING ELECTRIC – A REWARDING EXPERIENCE

DO MORE WITH POWER

Ram Battery Electric Vehicles (BEVs)Battery electric vehicles (BEV) are fully electric vehicles offering zero-emission driving and powerful performance without the need for fossil fuels. operate using stored electricity in a battery pack that powers an electric motor, propelling the wheels to accomplish tough jobs.

LIFE IN THE FAST(ER) LANE

Enjoy the privilege of driving your Battery Electric Vehicle (BEV)Battery electric vehicles (BEV) are fully electric vehicles offering zero-emission driving and powerful performance without the need for fossil fuels. in the High Occupancy Vehicle (HOV) Lane in Ontario, Quebec, and British Columbia.

ON PAR MAINTENANCE

Ram electric vehicle follows a familiar maintenance schedule and is fully covered by a transferable high‑voltage battery warranty.

ZERO TAILPIPE EMISSIONS

Feel great about driving with zero tailpipe emissions thanks to the fully battery-electric motor.

CONSIDER YOUR RAM BATTERY ELECTRIC VEHICLE (BEV)Battery electric vehicles (BEV) are fully electric vehicles offering zero-emission driving and powerful performance without the need for fossil fuels. PROTECTED

BASIC WARRANTY2022, 2023 and 2024 Chrysler, Jeep®, Dodge and Ram vehicles are backed by a 5-year or 100,000-kilometre fully transferable Powertrain Limited Warranty (Whichever comes first. Some conditions may apply. + The 5-year/100,000-kilometre Powertrain Limited Warranty does not apply to vehicles sold for certain commercial uses. See your retailer for full details.) with $0 deductible plus 24-hour roadside assistance. + SRT vehicles are backed by a 3-year or 60,000-kilometre fully transferable Powertrain Limited Warranty (Whichever comes first. Some conditions may apply.) with $0 deductible plus 24-hour roadside assistance. Basic Warranty coverage is for 3 years or 60,000 kilometres. (Whichever comes first. Some conditions may apply.) Rust-through coverage on all body sheet metal is for 3 years. The Cummins Turbo Diesel engine is protected by a separate Limited Warranty, covering the engine for 5 years or 160,000 kilometres. (Whichever comes first. Some conditions may apply.)

3 Years or 60,000 km,
whichever comes first.

Covers repair or replacement of factory-installed parts

HIGH-VOLTAGE BATTERY WARRANTY2022, 2023 and 2024 Chrysler, Jeep®, Dodge and Ram vehicles are backed by a 5-year or 100,000-kilometre fully transferable Powertrain Limited Warranty (Whichever comes first. Some conditions may apply. + The 5-year/100,000-kilometre Powertrain Limited Warranty does not apply to vehicles sold for certain commercial uses. See your retailer for full details.) with $0 deductible plus 24-hour roadside assistance. + SRT vehicles are backed by a 3-year or 60,000-kilometre fully transferable Powertrain Limited Warranty (Whichever comes first. Some conditions may apply.) with $0 deductible plus 24-hour roadside assistance. Basic Warranty coverage is for 3 years or 60,000 kilometres. (Whichever comes first. Some conditions may apply.) Rust-through coverage on all body sheet metal is for 3 years. The Cummins Turbo Diesel engine is protected by a separate Limited Warranty, covering the engine for 5 years or 160,000 kilometres. (Whichever comes first. Some conditions may apply.)

8 Years or 160,000 km,
whichever comes first.

15.5kWh battery is covered by a transferable warranty

ROADSIDE ASSISTANCESome conditions may apply.
See your dealer for details.

24-Hour Roadside Assistance

YOUR QUESTIONS ANSWERED

Learn more about Ram electrified vehicles, their charging, performance, range and how they meet the demands of truck buyers while delivering benchmark‑quality vehicles.
BEV stands for Battery Electric Vehicle. BEVs run solely on electricity. They are fully electric vehicles with rechargeable batteries and no gasoline engine. All energy to run the vehicle comes from the battery pack, which is recharged from the grid by plugging the vehicle in to recharge.
Battery electric vehicles, or BEVs, use electricity stored in a battery pack to power an electric motor and turn the wheels. When depleted, the batteries are recharged using grid electricity, either from a wall socket or a dedicated charging unit.

BEVs are powered entirely by electricity, relying on battery power meaning a BEV doesn’t have a fuel tank or an exhaust pipe. Instead, it has one or more electric motors powered by a larger onboard battery. Users charge the battery at home or public charging stations.

A Hybrid vehicle does not plug in to recharge the battery; instead, it continuously recharges the battery via regenerative braking and through operation of the engine.

In addition to regenerative braking and engine function, a Plug‑In Hybrid (PHEV) battery can be recharged by plugging it in. A PHEV also has a larger battery capacity than a typical Hybrid vehicle, and can therefore drive on zero-emission electric mode for longer before the combustion engine takes over. This results in lower tailpipe emissions overall than a regular Hybrid vehicle.

The third generation of EVs released in 2018 and beyond come with larger and more efficient battery packs with more than 200 km driving ranges on a single charge. This is more than enough to suit the day‑to‑day needs of the average Canadian driver. The Ram 1500 REV Battery Electric Vehicle (BEV)Battery electric vehicles (BEV) are fully electric vehicles offering zero-emission driving and powerful performance without the need for fossil fuels. goes above and beyond as this all-electric, zero‑emission vehicle offers two choices: the standard 168‑kilowatt‑hour battery pack with a targeted range of 560 kilometresBased on manufacturer internal simulation data. Actual mileage may vary. and the optional 229‑kilowatt-hour large battery pack with a targeted range of over an unsurpassed 800 kilometres.
The time it takes to charge your BEV depends on how much charge is currently in your battery, and the charging method you choose.
Regularly charging your Ram BEV is the best way to optimize your vehicle’s performance and help you to enjoy more emission-free electric driving. Follow the recommendations in your owner’s manual for the optimal charging frequency.

New tools for locating charging stations are becoming available every day like the Ram Revolution Concept BEVBattery electric vehicles (BEV) are fully electric vehicles offering zero-emission driving and powerful performance without the need for fossil fuels. comes with a built‑in charging locator! You can use this handy charging station locator map, by clicking on the link below:

https://openchargemap.org/site

And don’t forget - you can always use the included Level I charger to charge your BEV using any available, standard three‑prong outlet if a commercial charging station is not available nearby.

The cost to charge an electric vehicle is influenced by a variety of factors including the size and capacity of the vehicle’s battery, the frequency of charging, the local price of electricity, the time of day, and the amount of voltage required. Therefore, different electric vehicles will have different annual charging costs based on your driving habits and your location.

To reduce charging costs, consider recharging your vehicle at night when electricity demand is lower and rates may be reduced, or having a Level II charger professionally installed at home to reduce total charging connection time.

Yes, it’s fine to partially charge the battery. Your Ram Battery Electric Vehicle (BEV)Battery electric vehicles (BEV) are fully electric vehicles offering zero-emission driving and powerful performance without the need for fossil fuels. is equipped with specialized software that manages battery usage over its life cycle to optimize battery performance and longevity.
In case you run out of battery charge on the road, Ram Roadside Assistance has your back. You’re covered 24/7. Simply call 1‑800‑363‑4869 from anywhere in Canada or the United States when you need assistance. See your Warranty Manual for complete details.
Your Battery Electric Vehicle (BEV) follows roughly the same maintenance schedule as a gas-powered vehicle, and will not need to be serviced more often. Therefore you can expect an equivalent cost for maintaining your BEV.
Yes it can, depending on your driving habits and how frequently you recharge the battery. Not using gasoline or diesel means that battery electric cars are not consuming fuel, therefore saving you money on total fuel costs. Also, the cost of electricity per kilometre is typically much lower than that of gasoline. For illustrative purposes, a BEV costs about 3 to 4 ¢/km (at 15 ¢/kWh), compared to a typical 4‑cylinder gasoline vehicle at 11 to 12 ¢/km (at $1.50/L).

The costs of owning an electric vehicle are predictable, and are more or less equivalent to what you would expect from a gas-powered vehicle.

There are also potential savings associated with a battery electric vehicle (based on your driving habits). For example, driving with battery power reduces overall fuel consumption, so no spends on gasoline. The general costs of owning an electrified vehicle are based on:

  • charging costs (local electricity rates, charging frequency, home charging centre installation)
  • maintenance costs (regular scheduled maintenance, repair costs)
  • insurance costs

Modern battery electric vehicles perform just as well as traditional gas‑powered vehicles where it counts, including speed, quickness, and torque. For that matter, BEVs accelerate faster than gas‑powered cars and have more than enough speed for everyday usage because electric motors are much simpler than internal combustion engines. Therefore, BEVs can provide full torque — the force that drives the vehicle forward — from 0 kilometers, resulting in instant acceleration.
The number of kilometres your BEV will travel before the battery needs to be recharged depends on the vehicle, your driving habits, and whether you’re doing a top‑up recharge. However, it is typically enough to accomplish an average person’s daily driving needs.

Ram electric vehicles are engineered to work in all kinds of weather conditions. BEV performance depends on many factors, such as the vehicle itself, its potential range in warmer weather, and whether the vehicle’s heat is on. With a little preparation and knowledge, your Ram will be ready to power through the cold. Here are five super easy tips to help your Ram go the distance:

  • Park your Ram to charge inside a garage if possible, and turn the heat or air on while the car is charging — this gives you as much charge as possible
  • Keep the vehicle from sitting idle by turning the heat on to warm up before driving
  • Combine trips, and don’t use the vehicle more than necessary. High speeds and heavy braking impact total driving range
  • For heating yourself, seat warmers are a better choice than running high heat through the ventilation system and will preserve battery life
  • Keep tire pressure high for optimal driving to preserve battery power

All of our electric vehicles undergo rigorous testing to ensure the highest safety and performance standards, so you can drive confidently every time you get behind the wheel. For additional cold‑weather performance tips, consult your owner’s manual.

It’s perfectly safe to drive your Ram electric vehicle in heavy rain. Battery Electric Vehicles (BEVs) are designed to charge and drive safely in rain and snow. All major electric components of the vehicle are safely and securely tucked away and shielded to prevent injuring the driver and passengers.

All Ram Battery Electric Vehicles meet all Canada Motor Vehicle Safety Standards. There is no cause for concern about the safety of driving a Battery Electric Vehicle (BEV) any more than driving a gas‑powered vehicle. You should always exercise caution while driving and follow all driving laws, regulations, and safe practices, but the vehicle itself does not pose any additional danger to you.

In fact, the Ram Revolution Concept BEV offers a range of innovative safety features to protect you and your passengers.

HAVE MORE QUESTIONS?

Contact a dealer to find out more about driving a Ram electric vehicle.

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