New images of the upcoming Ram 1500 battery-electric vehicle (BEV) pickup truck were shown off by Ram’s parent company Stellantis.

The two images provide a masked look at the pickup’s upper silhouette and thin LED lights. The front view shows the bluish-white running lights converging on an electrified “RAM” lettering on the front fascia; the taillights follow a similar motif with inverted “L”-shaped lights meeting at a red “RAM” nameplate.

While unspecific, the images also show the more aerodynamic profile of the new truck. The A-pillars, for example, appear slightly more swept back, and the wheel arches appear smoother. Body lines are a mixture of smooth surfaces and sharper angles, best seen along the hood and junction between cabin and bed.

The RAM 1500 BEV is expected to arrive sometime in 2024, and the automaker intends on offering electrified variants in a majority of its segments by 2025. A full portfolio of electrified vehicles for all of its segments is expected no later than 2030.