At CES Ram Trucks unveiled their Revolution concept, an EV pickup truck with so many innovative design features, they didn't even bother showing off the frunk.
While I recommend watching the full reveal video that I'll embed down below, I first wanted to isolate five features that jumped out at me. First off, a feature that would be useful in any vehicle: X-ray vision.
Secondly, a feature apparently designed for a jobsite truck, but which could have entertainment applications as well: An onboard projector.
Here's a feature I'd love to have in my own truck, particularly if it could do it in reverse: Follow-me capability.
As for the heart of a truck's utility, the bed, the Revolution not only features a pass-through in the rear of the cabin, but the bed neatly stretches to serve as an integrated extender that lines up flush with the swing-out tailgate:
And in the interior, check out how the center console is designed to rotate into a small desk-like worksurface:
Here's the full vid, which also features the design team talking about their goals for the Revolution:
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I'm not a domestic vehicle kinda guy. I'm not even a truck kinda guy. This makes me think about converting.