Chevy Silverado EV
Chevy reveals electric Silverado pickup, vows to beat Ford’s towing, power, range
It’s the first salvo as the battle for pickup supremacy shifts to a critical new theatre: Electric vehicles.
GM CEO Mary Barra unveiled the Silverado EV — scheduled to go on sale in the second quarter of 2023
The Silverado EV is a five-passenger crew cab, measuring 233 inches long, 80 inches wide and 76 inches high
Silverado EV will be capable of towing up to 10,000 pounds and hauling up to 1300 pounds of payload.
The Silverado EV will debut as a 2024 model with prices starting at $39,900, Chevrolet vice president of marketing Steve Majoros said.
The Silverado EV claims a horsepower rating of at least 664 hp; the base WT trim makes do with 510 hp.
Chevy's EVs now come with standard DC fast charging, adding 100 miles of range in just 10 minutes at public stations.
The Silverado EV will be new to the Chevrolet lineup and is expected to debut as a 2024 model and go on sale sometime in 2023.