The Chevy Silverado EV pickup truck will go into production mid-2023
The Chevy Silverado EV will go into production in mid 2023, as indicated by Automotive News. The electric truck, which will unveil its public debut in a few weeks at the 2022 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in January in Las Vegas, will go on sale in late 2023.
The Silverado EV will be the second electric truck for General Motors, succeeding the GMC Hummer EV, which is relied upon to arrive at a modest bunch of its first clients before the finish of 2021. Yet, when it comes out, the electric Silverado will be one of the flagship vehicles in the organization’s a lot bigger $35 billion drive into electric vehicles, as well as the first electric truck for the automaker’s Chevy brand.
In any case, when it hits dealerships in late 2023, it will track down various electric trucks currently on the market, including the Rivian R1T, Ford F-150 Lightning, and perhaps the Tesla Cybertruck. The Silverado’s production will lag behind the F-150 Lightning, which is relied upon to go into production in spring 2022. (Ford recently shut down reservations for the F-150 Lightning in the wake of getting almost 200,000 orders.)
The Silverado EV will be based on GM’s Ultium battery pack and electric drivetrain that is additionally being used to power the Hummer truck and SUV, the Cadillac Lyriq, and other upcoming EVs. GM guarantees the Silverado will get in excess of 400 miles of reach on a full charge. Furthermore it will be sold in both customer and fleet versions, similar as the Ford F-150 Lightning. GM has additionally uncovered that the truck will accompany all-wheel steering, as well as a “fixed-glass roof.”
The Silverado EV will be worked at Factory Zero, GM’s EV plant in Detroit, close by the Hummer EV pickup and SUV and the Cruise Origin, the automaker’s purpose-built autonomous shuttle. GM CEO Mary Barra will uncover more insights regarding the Silverado EV during her keynote speech at CES.