NEW YORK — The Stellantis design team has been busy crafting concept cars that show where each of its brands is headed in the age of electrification.
One of the latest creations, the Ram 1500 Revolution concept that debuted in January, is setting the tone for the truck brand ahead of its foray into the world of zero-emission haulers. Its design language can be seen in the tuning-fork lighting scheme of the electric 1500 REV that was shown this month in New York and is slated to go on sale in late 2024.
Stellantis design chief Ralph Gilles said the Revolution concept is being used as a discussion piece to see what the public wants in electric pickups. It has features such as removable third-row jump seats and a rail attachment system that allows the seat and console to be repositioned for greater cabin flexibility.