Stellantis has been busy cranking out new Ford rivals in recent months, a list that includes the refreshed 2025 Ram 1500, the electrified Ram 1500 Ramcharger, and the 2023 Ram ProMaster, to name just a few. However, when the latter van was revealed, Stellantis was also quick to note that it was working on an all-electric version of that offering, one that will compete directly with the Ford E-Transit in a segment that it currently dominates. Now, the 2024 Ram ProMaster EV has officially been revealed.
The 2024 Ram ProMaster EV is targeted at last-mile delivery services, specifically, which is precisely where the E-Transit has thus far proven to be quite popular among commercial and government entities. As such, it’s equipped with a 110 kWh battery pack that gives it a mere 162 miles of range, and it can be charged using an onboard Level 2 charger capable of speeds up to 11 kW, or Level 3 DC fast-charging at speeds of up to 150 kW. Power comes from a single electric motor mounted on the front axle that generates 268 horsepower and 302 pound-feet of torque.
The 2024 Ram ProMaster EV utilizes the same architecture as its ICE-powered counterparts, and offers up the same 524 cubic feet of cargo volume since the battery pack is mounted underneath the middle portion of the floor. Customers can choose from one of two configurations – a delivery or cargo-focused model, though the latter version isn’t yet available to order. Eventually, Ram plans to offer the ProMaster EV in five different configurations with two roof heights, two cargo lengths, and two body styles.
Max payload comes in at 2,030 pounds for the delivery model and 3,020 pounds for the cargo version, which measure in at 12 and 13 feet in length, respectively. Otherwise, the EV van looks much like its ICE counterpart inside and out. The 2024 Ram ProMaster EV delivery model is available to order now, though pricing and specific launch dates have yet to be revealed.