Ford Pro was originally announced back in May 2021 as the automaker’s brand new commercial-focused business unit, one that’s heavily software focused and designed to save fleets money in a variety of ways. Since then, Ford Pro has steadily gained users while also winning accolades, and it continues to add both hardware and software to boot. Given Ford Pro’s tremendous success, it’s no surprise that General Motors recently decided to follow suit and create its own rival called GM Evolve, and now, those two have been joined by the other Detroit Big Three automaker with the newly announced Stellantis Pro One.
Stellantis Pro One encompasses all six of the automaker’s brands – Citroën, FIAT, Opel, Peugeot, Ram, and Vauxhall – as well as those entities’ vans, pickup trucks, micro-mobility options, and next-generation EVs, coupled with a suite of connected converters and upfitters, fully connected vehicle technologies, and a full business partnership mindset designed to maximize efficiency, minimize costs, and grow profitability for fleet customers, precisely the same way that Ford Pro already does.
As part of the Stellantis Pro One launch, the automaker will reveal a brand new commercial zero-emission van lineup for each brand next Monday, which includes a hydrogen-powered model. It also plans to revamp its existing North American lineup with the addition of more electrified commercial-focused vans and trucks, including the Ram ProMaster EV and 2025 Ram 1500 REV.
“We are launching Pro One to leverage our undeniable commercial vehicles leadership – six brands, one force, which accounts for one-third of Stellantis net revenues,” said Jean-Philippe Imparato, head of the Stellantis commercial vehicles business unit. “As customer expectations grow more complex and diverse, we are here to address each specific need with a dedicated solution. Our mission is to stand side by side with our customers around the world and deliver the products and services that help them thrive.”