Stellantis revealed today its revamped lineup of commercial vehicles. It’s part of the company’s Pro One initiative, the new name for its light commercial vehicle business that bundles six brands into one group. It has now launched 12 vehicles for Citroen, Fiat Professional, Opel, Peugeot, and Vauxhall, including the Fiat E-Ducato that likely previews the Ram ProMaster EV. We’ll see Ram’s “reinvigorated” North American lineup later this year.

Ram will reveal the electric ProMaster EV by the end of 2023. Ram’s revamped commercial lineup will include the 1500 REV in late 2024, one of four electrified pickups from Stellantis that’ll serve commercial customers. Fiat and others also make trucks. Stellantis says it will release more details about its “upcoming electrified van and pickups” for North America at an unspecified date in the future.

Gallery: New Stellantis Commercial Vans

The new 2024 Fiat E-Ducato that debuted today packs a 110-kilowatt-hour battery offering up to 261 miles of range. Rumors continue to suggest the ProMaster EV, which was supposed to debut in the first half of the year, will share a lot with the electric Fiat Ducato that is for the European market. Stellantis says the new EV has 30 percent more range than the previous example, with up to 270 horsepower and 302 pound-feet (410 Newton-meters) of torque.

The van has a new charging system and two standard onboard chargers, with the fast-charging system capable of refilling the battery in just 55 minutes.The EV and the rest of the company’s revamped commercial lineup will use the second generation of battery-electric vehicle propulsion technology. It will power the compact, mid-size, and large van segments from Pro One’s six brands.

In the compact segment, an electric van from Stellantis could have up to 205 miles of range. The mid-size vans, which will feature 50- or 75-kilowatt-hour battery packs, will have up to 224 miles of range. The large vans from the various brands can go up to 261 miles on a single charge. These figures reflect the forgiving WLTP cycle.

Stellantis will also introduce second-generation hydrogen fuel cell technology. It will provide power to its mid-size vans, launching in mid-2024. The company says the new propulsion system can provide up to 249 miles of range, and the Ram’s future US portfolio will include vehicles with hydrogen fuel-cell tech. It’ll also expand to the company’s large vans next year, with up to 311 miles of range and a five-minute refill time.

The new lineup of commercial vans also includes updates to the cabin with a new generation of the automaker’s human-machine interface. It has larger configurable instrument clusters and center displays, which work with the Dynamic Surround Vision camera system. Over-the-air updates are also now possible, and the new commercial vans come equipped with full LED headlights.

We’re excited to see Stellantis’ updates for Ram, the ProMaster EV, and more in the US.

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