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Ram showed off a pre-production electric pickup truck. It has a removable screen and can follow pedestrians

The American utility brand of the Stellantis Group is showing off an electric pickup truck in pre-production form at CES 2023 in Las Vegas. And it’s not just electric, the Revolution is packed with new features including steering wheel displays, a removable dashboard display, and standalone features that allow the car to follow you as you walk. Ram left several blanks in the released powertrain specs, saying only that the Revolution runs on the new Stellantis STLA Frame platform, has all-wheel drive with two electric motors, air suspension and all-wheel steering. The 800-volt architecture can charge up to 350 kW, allowing it to deliver 100 miles (161 km) of range in just 10 minutes. We also know from previous Stellantis presentations that commercial vehicles built on the STLA Frame platform should have a range of up to 800 km.

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Inside, the infotainment system’s 14.2-inch screen dominates, which not only looks like a tablet but could actually be one when removed.

It also includes a power-folding rear wall that separates the cargo area from the cabin. Objects up to 5.5 meters long can be transported when folded.

Autonomous driving reaches the third level, using information from sensors and cameras to allow the pickup truck to independently follow a driver traveling a safe distance.

Although the revolution is only a concept, the production form should arrive next year.

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