Chevrolet runs on a full-size electric pickup truck. it will have a 650km range.
Chevrolet runs on a full-size electric pickup truck. it will have a 650km range. In its 10th sustainability survey, GM has announced the ambitions of its different brands for electric cars, and one of the most notable initiatives is Chevrolet’s BET Truck. Apparently, Chevy is working on her first full-size electric pickup truck and will be able to run on a single charge over 400 miles. That’s pretty much all GM has disclosed about it, and as Autoblog states, it’s uncertain if the EV will be an electrified Silverado or a whole new model.
A rumor that GM would introduce its first electric truck in 2021 went around last year, but it’s uncertain if this specific model is. It’s still not clear whether one of the 20 electric vehicles GM promised will be on the road by 2023, the truck listed in the article. A few years ago, GM made a pledge to roll out a large number of EVs by the mid-2020s in order that the lineup of its products will all be electrical by 2030. The automaker announced earlier this year that it is investing $2.2 billion to turn its Detroit-Hamtramck facility into its first assembly plant which is fully dedicated to EVs.
In addition to a full-size electric truck, in the study GM also announced plans for its other products. Chevrolet launches a medium sized electric SUV and an SUV-designed Bolt. Cadillac is focusing on two separate three-row luxury electric SUVs and the Celestiq Statement Vehicle which was previously revealed. Lastly, GMC is developing an electric Hummer while Buick will release a compact utility vehicle and an electric SUV.