Stellantis announced the introduction of “reimagined” commercial vehicles from most of its brands on October 23. The lineup, to be launched by the heads of Ram, Citroën, Fiat, Opel/Vauxhall, and Peugeot itself, will be shown off at 9 am EDT, with streaming video available.
It’s possible to make some educated guesses about the vehicles shown. On the left is the little Ami; on the right, the Rampage launched recently in South America. The two big Ram pickups are likely the Ram 1500 in REV (battery electric) and gasoline versions. It’s possible one of them is actually a Ram 2500/3500, which is due for a new version, while the other is one of the 2025 Ram 1500 family. Next to the big Rams is likely a replacement for the Ram 1200/Fiat Fullback, which is a key vehicle for much of the world, and is overdue (though Peugeot does have a joint-venture vehicle with a Chinese company to fill this gap).
The big van may well be the next-generation ProMaster or perhaps simply the previously announced electric ProMaster van. Regardless, in two weeks, all should become clear.
The image above shows captions as to what the vans might be. We have no degree of certainty yet.