2024 Chevy Silverado was unveiled last night at the Consumer Electronics Show in the US, with first shipments expected to begin in the second quarter of 2023.
Chevrolet hasn’t provided details on the Ultium battery but says the all-electric Silverado has a driving range of up to 644 kilometers from a single charge, with the most powerful version offering 495kW and 1065Nm of dual electric motors mounted on each axle.
While Ford detailed four pure electric versions of the F-150 Lightning earlier this week, only two Silverado EV variants will be available initially: the entry-level Work Truck (WT) for trade and fleet buyers, and the RST First Edition. models targeting retail customers with more comfort and more features, both will only be available as double cabs.
The automaker has confirmed the Silverado EV Trail Boss will be added at a later date, hopefully as a mid-range model.
The Silverado EV WT starts at US$39,900 (AU$55,250), slipping below the US$74 Ford F-150 Lightning Pro, while the RST has a US$105,000 (AU$145,400) price tag – 15 percent more expensive than the flagship F-150 Lightning Platinum.
The Chev’s 644km mileage claim is a huge leap over the F-150 Pro’s 386km, and still more than 483km from the optional long-range battery available from Ford. Both versions of the Silverado EV have 350kW DC fast charging capability, enabling an additional 161km in about 10 minutes of charging.
Those who want the ultimate RST will get four-wheel steering, automatic adaptive air suspension, and the company’s ‘Multi-Flex Midgate’, which functions like the 60:40 folding seat in a sedan, expanding its usable area by almost double its typical size.
When used in combination with Chevy’s ‘Multi-Flex’ tailgate, the ute can carry goods up to 3.3 meters in length. If that wasn’t enough, the Silverado EV also has an eTrunk – a lockable boot under the hood.
Inside the RST, drivers are greeted with an 11.0-inch digital instrument cluster and a 14.0-inch color head-up display, while passengers get a 17.0-inch infotainment screen. The seats are trimmed in two-tone leather, with the glass roof fixed over the head.
Dual electric motors offer four-wheel drive in the RST, but the WT is only available with a single rear-mounted electric motor, producing 380kW and 833Nm.
Few details are offered on the Silverado EV WT, but it appears to get steel wheels instead of the RST’s 24-inch alloy wheels, and an unpainted plastic front bumper.
2024 Chevy Silverado EV Review
Despite sharing its electric powertrain with the cheeky GMC Hummer EV, the Chevrolet Silverado EV 2024 resembles a more classic electric pickup truck.
The available midgate design allows users to fold the wall between the bed and cab for additional storage space, a feature that may remind some of the now discontinued Avalanche pickup trucks from the early 2000s.
The large battery pack is said to provide a range of up to 400 miles per charge and the DC fast charging technology can charge a battery with a range of 100 miles in just 10 minutes.
Dual electric motors provide standard all-wheel drive and up to 664-hp, and the Silverado EV will be able to tow up to 10,000 pounds and carry up to 1,300 pounds of payload.
Chevrolet has yet to release full specifications and information about the pickup but says 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 Lightning as well as upstart offerings like the Rivian R1T and Tesla Cybertruck.
The Silverado EV will be a new product in the Chevrolet lineup and is expected to debut as a 2024 model and go on sale sometime in 2023.
New Chevy Silverado 2024
Chevy takes on the F-150 Lightning in its new electric truck. The high-end RST model will offer 664 horsepower and a towing capacity of 10,000 pounds.
- The Chevrolet Silverado EV 2024 is an all-electric pickup slated to go on sale in 2023.
- Prices will range from around $40,000 for the base WT trim to $107,000 for the fully loaded RST model.
- The Silverado EV doesn’t share parts with the regular Silverado, and Chevy swears that the resemblance to the Avalanche is coincidental.
The 2024 Chevrolet Silverado EV may be late to the electric pickup party, but from our initial appearance, it seemed worth the wait.
Rivian, Ford, GMC, and Tesla have set high expectations for reach, power, and towing. To match it, the Silverado EV offers a range of up to 400 miles, up to 664 horsepower, and a tow rating of 10,000 pounds.
Two trim levels will be available to get started. Chevy’s quoted price—$105,000 for the fully loaded RST on display, and $39,900 for the base and fleet-oriented WT—doesn’t include destination, which is $1695 for the current non-electric Silverado.
Chevy says these two prices represent the Silverado EV’s price spectrum and the upcoming trim levels will be somewhere in between.
2024 Chevy Silverado Report
The General Motors brand Chevrolet is the latest to enter the electric pick-up market, with a 644km, 495kW Silverado version – but it’s not yet known if that will come to Australia.
US auto giant Chevrolet has revealed its challenger to its ever-growing lineup of electric pick-ups from Ford, Tesla, Rivian, and more: the 2023 Chevrolet Silverado EV (Electric Vehicle).
While the new Chevrolet electric pick-up may share its name with the gasoline-powered Chevrolet Silverado sold in the US and Australia, the Silverado EV instead rides on General Motors’ special Ultium electric vehicle platform, which it shares with the reborn GMC Hummer EV. revealed in 2020.
The revelation of the electric Silverado comes months after longtime rival Ford unveiled an electric version of its best-selling F-150 pick-up, followed by competitor Ram announcing an electric 1500 pick-up to launch in 2024.
The US manufacturer’s ‘Big Three’ electric pickups will face the repeatedly delayed electric vehicle leaders Tesla and Cybertruck, as well as start-ups including Rivian.
For Ford, Chevrolet and Ram, electric pick-ups will be sold along with petrol and diesel equivalents, while Tesla and Rivian will only offer electric models.
Set to go on sale in the US in mid-2023 – with availability in Australia yet to be determined by General Motors Specialty Vehicles – the Silverado EV will be launched with a choice of two variants, the fleet-focused WT (or ‘Work Truck’). and the more expensive (and more luxurious) RST – both offering a claimed range of nearly 650km, and nearly 500kW.
Pricing will start at $39,900 ($AU55,000) – on par with its main rival, the $39,974 electric Ford F-150 Lightning – and will hit $105,000 ($AU145,000). In the US, the combustion engine Chevrolet Silverado is priced from US$30,000 to US$70,000.
Powering the entry-level WT are a pair of electric motors developing a combined 380kW and 834Nm, mated to a 24-module battery pack capable of a claimed 644km (400 miles) driving range – nearly double that of the most affordable F-150. Lightning, which offers 370km.
Chevrolet claims the Silverado EV WT can tow up to 3629kg (8000lb) and can carry up to 544kg (1200lb) in the tray – with “fleet models” with the Max Tow Package to be offered after launch, with up to 9072kg towing capacity.
The highest-reaching RST gets an upgraded dual electric motor developing 495kW and “over” 1058Nm, capable of a 0-60mph (97km/h) sprint time of fewer than 4.5 seconds in ‘Wide Open Watts’ launch control mode (WOW ).
The RST offers the same approximate range of 644km as the WT, a maximum payload of 590kg, and a towing capacity of 4536kg.
2024 Chevy Silverado EV Trail Boss
Both variants – and the other class models that follow, including the off-road-oriented Trail Boss – are capable of fast DC charging of up to 350kW, allowing for an additional 161km (100 miles) of range in 10 minutes. charging.
Like its Ford rival (and other new electric vehicles), the electric Silverado will be able to charge external electrical devices with its battery, providing a total of 10.2kW of continuous power through up to 10 outlets.
Under the skin, the basics of the Silverado EV are more akin to that of a passenger car than a traditional full-size pick-up, with independent front and rear suspension and a large integrated battery pack as the main structural components of the chassis.
Other highlights include rear-wheel steering, available 24-inch alloy wheels (the largest ever installed on a production car), and an adaptive air suspension that can be raised or lowered by up to 50mm.
Tow/Haul mode is offered for easy towing, with an integrated trailer brake controller.
Available on the Silverado EV is the ‘midgate’, a system that allows the divider between the passenger compartment and the tray to be removed for carrying larger items – with Chevrolet claiming a payload length of up to 3.3 meters with the ‘Multi-Flex’ rear tailgate deployed and rear seats lowered, almost double the standard 1.8-meter tray.
Practical highlights include a spacious front storage area (where the machine would normally sit) capable of storing large suitcases, a functional interior storage area and center console compartment, and 40:60 folding rear seats.
Inside the cabin, the Silverado EV RST model is equipped with a 17-inch infotainment system running GM’s latest ‘Ultfi’ software, linked in a curved panel with an 11-inch digital instrument cluster.
The base WT features a smaller screen, although the specific size has yet to be confirmed.
The RST dual-screen dashboard is joined by a 14-inch heads-up display in front of the driver.
A hands-free start is standard in this model – which starts the vehicle automatically when the driver enters “with device activated” – as is the fixed panoramic glass roof.
The Chevrolet Silverado EV will benefit from GM’s latest Super Cruise semi-autonomous driving technology, allowing for hands-free (but direct) driving on more than 320,000 km of highways in the US and Canada.
The Chevrolet Silverado EV 2024 will launch in the US in mid-2023 in the base WT form as the Model Year 2024 vehicle – priced at $US39,900 ($AU55,000) – with the flagship model RST First Edition to follow in late 2023, priced starting at $US105,000 ($AU145,000).
Further variants priced between $US50,000 ($AU69,000) and $US80,000 ($AU110,000) will follow at a later date, including the standard, unlimited RST, and the off-road-ready Trail Boss. (on).
2024 Chevy Silverado HD
The updated Chevy Silverado HD 2024 has just been caught doing some real-world testing, giving our first look at the heavy-duty pickup in prototype form.
This particular model is configured in the Crew Cabin / Long Bed body style and is covered in thick camouflage. This model also looks like a mid-level trim level, given the lack of the glossy trim bits that characterize higher trims.
Nevertheless, there are still some important features to show for this 2024 Chevy Silverado HD prototype, starting with the reworked front fascia, where we see the headlights with LED lighting markings.
While the headlights seen here are simply replacement units, their configuration suggests a new, simpler design than the current model. The cluster has two horizontally placed front-facing lighting elements, above which is the LED lighting signature strip.
This Chevy Silverado HD 2024 also has a revised front fascia that also offers a new grille, with wide horizontal slats that appear to offer a simplified and cleaner design than the current Silverado HD. The rear will also be revised with an upcoming refresh.
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Although the interior is also wrapped in thick camo, the updated Chevy Silverado HD 2024 will also come with a fresher cabin space.
Further revisions with the Chevy Silverado HD 2024 refresh include a powertrain update, as previously discussed by GM Authority. The powertrain update is likely to be applied to the Duramax 6.6L V8 L8T and 6.6L V8 L5P turbodiesel engines.
The same update will apply to the Chevy Silverado HD’s corporate cousin, the GMC Sierra HD, which will also receive the update for the 2024 model year.
Originally expected to receive a refresh for the 2023 model year, the Chevy Silverado HD refresh will now actually take place for the 2024 model year.
The model refresh cycle has been pushed back by one model year as a result of several factors, including delays stemming from the COVID-19 pandemic and a global shortage of microchips.
What’s more, the current heavy-duty models continue to sell quite well in the market.
2024 Chevy Silverado Electric Truck
The EV Silverado is about the same length and height as a regular cabin crew, short-bed Silverado, but the only thing the two trucks share is part of their name.
The Silverado EV isn’t even assembled at the same factory. Instead, it’s built on a narrower version of the basics of the GMC Hummer EV.
That means independent front and rear suspension, front and rear electric motors (though two of them instead of the three Hummers), and an available 200.0 kWh battery pack with an estimated range of 400 miles.
Also, like the Hummer EV, the Silverado EV has an electrical architecture capable of charging at 800 volts and 350 kW allowing it to add 100 miles of range in just 10 minutes, according to Chevrolet.
It’s worth noting that the substantial reach figures are for the truck with 24-inch wheels, which were standard on the first available trim level, the RST.
The WT has 18-inch wheels, and although Chevy says the WT will be available with a 400-mile range, it hasn’t addressed the effect those wheels will have on the estimated range.
We also don’t know the $39,900 WT price range, but we expect it to be like the lower trim levels of the Hummer EV, which GMC currently expects will range from 250 to 300 miles.
Where the WT offers 510 horsepower and 615 pound-feet of torque, the RST has a driving mode called “Wide Open Watts” (WOW, got it?) that allows for 664 horsepower and 780 pound-feet of torque.
In this mode, Chevy says acceleration of zero to 60 mph will be better than 4.5 seconds, which makes it faster than Ford claims for the most powerful F-150 Lightning.
While Chevy hasn’t said how much power the RST has in its regular mode, it shouldn’t go any lower than the WT’s output.
Remember the nice folding Avalanche and Midgate? It goes back to the Silverado EV, but Chevy swears that other than that, the new truck’s resemblance to the Avalanche is coincidental.
Now called the MultiFlex Midgate, the wall separating the bed from the cab can be lowered in 60/40 splits to increase the effective length of the bed while leaving room for rear passengers.
Owners can also remove the rear glass and store it in the fold-out section, enlarging the opening even further. Chevy says the Silverado EV’s tonneau cover provides weather resistance, though we didn’t see it during the reveal.
The Silverado EV is also available with the Chevy MultiFlex tailgate. Through various configurations, the tailgate can extend the effective length of the bed and act like a step.
While the bed is 5.9 feet long in its normal configuration, dropping the midgate and setting the tailgate in its extended bed arrangement adds length to 10 feet, 10 inches.
Need more storage? The front trunk can accommodate three large suitcases.
Also, like the Hummer EV, both the WT and RST feature four-wheel steering, which improves low-speed maneuverability and high-speed towing. The RST also has air springs that can raise or lower the truck by up to two inches.
Unlike on the Hummer GMC, there are no locking differences or CrabWalk features. You can expect more off-road equipment in future variants.
Like the F-150 Lightning, the Silverado EV can supply power to other sources. It offers up to 10 sockets, includes a 240-volt outlet in the bed, and can provide 10.2 kW for anything from camping gear to your home to other electric vehicles, provided you have the right wiring.
You can make reservations for the Silverado EV now, but production won’t start until the second quarter of 2023. The first batch is the WT trim-level truck aimed at fleet customers, while the full-option RST won’t be available until fall 2023.
2024 Chevy Silverado EV Interior
We were able to peek inside the loaded RST model and be impressed by what we saw. The truck featured a fixed glass roof, two-tone black-and-white leather upholstery with red piping, and nearly the same passenger compartment as a regular Silverado crew cab pickup truck.
Instead of a console-mounted shifter, Chevrolet designers have opted for a column-mounted stem, which creates space for a large storage area between the dashboard and center armrest.
All models will come with a mostly digital dashboard, with an 11.0-inch infotainment touchscreen and an 8.0-inch digital gauge screen as standard. Upgrading to the top-tier RST unlocks a larger 17.0-inch infotainment screen and an 11.0-inch gauge screen.
Both systems can be reconfigured according to driver preferences, but fortunately, climate control retains the simple analog knob mounted on a thin panel at the bottom of the dashboard for easy access.
Chevrolet hasn’t released all the information for the Silverado EV’s infotainment system yet, but we expect Apple CarPlay and Android Auto to become standard, with in-dash navigation, SiriusXM satellite radio, and an onboard Wi-Fi hotspot as well. from the package.
2024 Chevy Silverado Engine
Unlike the Hummer EV, which is equipped with three electric motors, the Silverado EV will be powered by two.
The setup should still provide strong acceleration performance and, in a top-spec RST, Chevrolet claims a horsepower rating of at least 664 hp; WT base trim matches 510 hp.
All-wheel drive is standard as is the four-wheel steering system. Buyers of the RST model will find that their trucks are equipped with adaptive air suspension; a set of cool-looking 24-inch large wheels is optional.
The Trail Boss model will likely add a locking differential, fat all-terrain tires, and other adventure-ready items to the Silverado EV’s suspension.
When we get a chance to test drive the Silverado EV, we will update this story with driving impressions.
2024 Chevy Silverado Payload
At launch, the Silverado EV’s maximum towing capacity was 10,000 pounds for the RST model and 8000 pounds for the WT. Chevrolet says that a model with a 20,000-pound towing capacity will eventually join the lineup.
The Silverado EV will take advantage of General Motor’s latest Ultium battery technology, which can be upgraded to create a battery pack of 200 kWh.
Chevrolet claims this will give the Silverado EV a driving range of up to 400 miles per charge.
Real-world reach will vary, especially when it’s interesting, a task the Silverado EV should be able to handle with relative ease.
DC fast charging capability will become standard, and Chevrolet claims that 100 miles of range can be added to the battery in just 10 minutes at a public DC charging station.
2024 Chevy Silverado Specs
Chevrolet is reinventing what can and should be a new pickup truck and it’s just been revealed for all to see.
The new 2024 Chevrolet Silverado EV pickup truck will be packed with power and capability and offer a long list of technological and comfort features as well as the latest driver-assist safety technologies.
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Take a look at what you can expect from the performance and electric capabilities of the Chevy Silverado EV:
- Approximate driving distance 400 miles
- 660+ horsepower
- 780+ lb-ft of torque
- 0-60 mph in 4.5 seconds
- Up to 10,000 pounds of towing power with WT. trim
- Up to 20,000 pounds of towing with RST trim
- 24-inch aluminum available
- 120-volt level 1 home charger with standard 3 prong outlet
- 240-volt level 2 home charger
- DC public fast charging (approximate range of 100 miles in 10 minutes of charging)
Many other features will make the price of the electric Silverado worth the money.
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2024 Chevy Silverado Price
At launch, the Silverado EV will be offered in the price-leading Work Truck (WT) guise as well as in Trail Boss off-road and loaded RST trim, but Chevy says a mid-range trim will be added later to complete the lineup.
The WT model will retail for $39,900 before destination, but it lacks many of the truck’s coolest features. Instead, we’ll be aiming high for the Trail Boss or RST or waiting for the well-equipped mid-range trim to become available.
2024 Chevy Silverado EV Price
- WT $42,000 (est)
- LT $50,000 (est)
- LTZ $75,000 (est)
- Trail Boss $85,000 (est)
- High Country $90,000 (est)
- RST $107,000 (est)
2024 Chevy Silverado Release Date
The Chevrolet Silverado EV 2024 is an all-electric pickup slated to go on sale in 2023.