The 2024 Chevrolet Silverado EV pickup truck has consumer-friendly pricing, but its most affordable model is intended for work sites rather than everyday drivers. Although it shares its electric powertrain with the brash GMC Hummer EV, the 2024 Chevrolet Silverado EV resembles a more classic take on the electric pickup truck.

Powered by dual electric motors that provide standard all-wheel drive and up to 754 hp, and the #Silverado #ev will be capable of towing up to 10,000 pounds and hauling up to 1440 pounds of payload. A large battery pack will provide up to 450 miles of range per charge and DC fast-charging tech can juice the battery with 100 miles of range in just 10 minutes. General Motor’s #Ultium battery technology, can be scaled up to create a battery pack as large as 200 kWh. Fuel economy ratings of 67 MPGe city and 59 MPGe highway. We test drive the 4WT – 0-60 MPH is 5.4 seconds.

  • Starting at $52,000 – work truck.
  • Top of the line – RST First Edition – $106,895.
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