Although it shares its electric powertrain with the brash GMC Hummer EV, the 2023 Chevrolet Silverado EV should resemble a more classic take on an electric pickup truck. A large battery pack is said to provide up to 400 miles of range per charge. Like the Hummer models, the Silverado EV should be available with up to three electric motors depending on trim; all-wheel drive will likely be standard.
Chevrolet hasn’t released full specs and information about the pickup, but has said it will build it in Michigan at the same plant that will build the Hummers. When it goes on sale, the Silverado EV will face stiff competition from the Ford F-150 Electric as well as upstart offerings such as the Rivian R1T and the Tesla Cybertruck.
The Silverado EV to be announced at CES
General Motors will debut the all-electric Chevy Silverado at the 2022 Consumer Electronics show in January in Las Vegas, Nevada, as part of CEO Mary Barra’s opening keynote address.
The Silverado EV will be the second electric truck announced by GM, following the pickup version of the resurrected Hummer. The Silverado is one of the flagship vehicles in the company’s much larger push into electric vehicles — an effort that GM described in greater detail on Wednesday during an investor event where it also announced a new version of its hands-free driver assistance system. It will be the first electric truck for the Chevy brand