The Ram 1500 is now the oldest design among Detroit’s half-ton pickup trucks, but thanks to its solid interior and competitive mechanicals, the current model isn’t under any serious pressure to improve. While that might be a signal to Stellantis that it could coast on for a few more model years without making any significant changes to its bread-and-butter pickup, Ram’s engineers appear to be hard at work doing just the opposite. In fact, some elements of the new electric Ram REV
Ram not only already showed us that it plans to integrate a passenger screen into the Ram REV’s interior, but exactly how
Elsewhere, this prototype suggests the typical aesthetic updates we’ve come to expect from a mid-cycle refresh. New front and rear bumpers are pretty much required, and both are present. We can also expect attention to be given to the various grille designs (especially if the front bumper changes dramatically), the headlights and the tailgate. Just how much of this will end up being inspired by elements of the production Ram REV remains to be seen.