Ram will unveil its new 2025 light-duty pickup truck lineup just hours from now. On social media, Ram is previewing the reveal saying, “Built to make an impact. Built from the ground up. Built to push limits. Built to serve.” At this point Ram isn’t saying exactly how many vehicles will be in the new lineup or how many new vehicles will be revealed, just that we will finally get to see them tomorrow.
How to See the New 2025 Ram Trucks
Ram is opening up the reveal to all of its fans. Viewers can see the unveiling live on any mobile device, computer or smart TV at Ram’s YouTube channel all day, beginning at 12:01 a.m. EST on Tues., Nov. 7. Usually, automakers unveil models to the media first or to select dealers. Everyone will get to see the new trucks at the same time.
Ram Truck Brand
Ram has won the hearts of dedicated truck buyers with its quality, durability and affordable luxury. We do know that Ram is promising an EV version in 2025 called the Ram 1500 REV. There is also a possibility of a mid-size truck. The automaker has been seen testing a mid-size version around its Detroit-area headquarters.
Since the Ram 1500 was redesigned in 2018 and debuted in 2019, it has won countless awards. The Ram is now the most awarded light-duty truck in America. It was the first truck to offer a work horse with a luxurious interior. It debuted innovations like reclining rear seats, hidden storage and convenient outside storage called RamBoxes. Ram is focused on meeting the demands of truck buyers and delivering benchmark-quality vehicles. With a full lineup of trucks, the Ram 1500, 2500/3500 Heavy Duty, 3500/4500/5500 Chassis Cab and ProMaster, the Ram brand builds trucks that get the hard work done and families where they need to go.
The latest J.D. Power APEAL study, which rates the emotional bond between customers and their vehicles, named the 2023 Ram 1500 as the best full-size light-duty pickup.
Check back tomorrow for all of the news on the 2025 Ram lineup.
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