Ram's first all-electric pickup truck, the 1500 Revolution, will likely carry a slightly different name when it hits the market sometime in 2024.

As CarBuzz reports, FCA US LLC has filed two trademark applications with the United States Patent

Trademark Office (USPTO), one of which is the RAM 1500 REV. According to the trademark application

 it is intended for use on land vehicles, specifically passenger trucks.

if you're wondering about the name FCA US LLC, it's worth noting that it's a wholly owned subsidiary of Stellantis

a brand that owns everything from Fiat, Peugeot and Lancia to Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep and Ram. among others.

The second trademark filing is for the slogan Freedom is electric

which will likely be used for things like product brochures and advertising campaigns promoting the new electric truck.

Ram will unveil its zero-emissions pickup concept in just a few days at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas on January 5th

when we'll likely get new facts and figures about the first-ever electric truck.

a production version slated to arrive sometime in 2024

The maximum output is said to reach 885 horsepower

which would make it more powerful than its main competitors: the Ford F-150 Lightning and the Chevrolet Silverado EV

Ram will also offer a range-extender version of the 1500 that shakes up the class, CEO Mike Koval Jr. said. during a chat with EVPulse in February 2022.