Following in the footsteps of its company-wide commitment to electric vehicles, Stellantis filed an application with the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) in late January that hints at the name of its forthcoming electric truck: Ram Revolution. Covering motor vehicles in the passenger truck segment, it offered no design hints, with no indications of fonts or logos.
Furthermore, a recent presentation spotlighting the planet-protective plans of Stellantis offered very little specific information on this environmentally-friendly truck, as a key player in its overall EV strategy. By playing its cards close to the chest, Stellantis leaves its production and marketing options wide open and fully flexible.
Global Leader Goes Green
The outcome of a 2021 merger between France’s Groupe PSA (Peugeot, Citroen etc.) and the Italian-American FCA (Fiat-Chrysler Automobiles) conglomerate, Stellantis plans to invest well over CAD 40 billion (€30 billion) in going electric by 2025. Its sales targets for low-emission vehicles [...]
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