Chevy has confirmed that it will build an electric version of its Silverado pickup truck. This upcoming Chevy EV will go up against the upcoming electric Ford F-150 and the countless other electric trucks promised to hit the market soon.
GM claims that it will offer up to 400 miles of range on a single charge, and it will feature the company’s Ultium battery packs.
Chevy also said that the electric Silverado will be offered in both work-oriented fleet and snazzier retail versions. Its impending arrival won’t affect the gasoline-powered Silverado for now, as Chevy says that it is planning an update for the current internal-combustion Silverado lineup, likely for the 2022 model year.
Read the article at Car and Driver.