The Chevy Silverado EV will go into production in early 2023, according to Automotive News. The electrical truck, which will make its public debut in just a few weeks on the 2022 Shopper Electronics Present (CES) in January in Las Vegas, will go on sale in late 2023.
The Silverado EV will be the second electrical truck for Normal Motors, succeeding the GMC Hummer EV, which is anticipated to achieve a handful of its first prospects earlier than the top of 2021. However when it comes out, the electrical Silverado will be one of many flagship autos within the firm’s a lot bigger $35 billion push into electrical autos, in addition to the primary electrical truck for the automaker’s Chevy model.
However when it hits dealerships in late 2023, it will discover a variety of electrical vehicles already available on the market, together with the Rivian R1T, Ford F-150 Lightning, and probably the Tesla Cybertruck. The Silverado’s production will lag behind the F-150 Lightning, which is anticipated to go into production in spring 2022. (Ford not too long ago shut down reservations for the F-150 Lightning after receiving almost 200,000 orders.)
The Silverado EV will be constructed on GM’s Ultium battery pack and electrical drivetrain that can be getting used to energy the Hummer truck and SUV, the Cadillac Lyriq, and different upcoming EVs. GM claims the Silverado will get greater than 400 miles of vary on a full cost. And it will be offered in each shopper and fleet variations, very like the Ford F-150 Lightning. GM has additionally revealed that the truck will include all-wheel steering, in addition to a “fixed-glass roof.”
The Silverado EV will be constructed at Factory Zero, GM’s EV plant in Detroit, alongside the Hummer EV pickup and SUV and the Cruise Origin, the automaker’s purpose-built autonomous shuttle. GM CEO Mary Barra will reveal extra particulars concerning the Silverado EV during her keynote speech at CES.