General Motors has invested billions of dollars in its Ultium EV platform, so you can expect automakers to use the technology to provide electrification services for models of various brands. General Motors President Mark Reuss announced that one of the upcoming electric models is the Silverado pickup truck. He also revealed that electric pickup trucks will be produced together with the recently announced Hummer EV at GM’s new plant “Zero” plant.
The automaker said that the electric Silverado is designed entirely from electric vehicles and will be available in retail and fleet versions. At least according to GM’s estimates, it can travel 400 miles on a single charge. This may change according to the EPA rating, but if the vehicle can truly reach 400 miles without charging, its cruising range can be comparable to Tesla̵
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Reuss said: “Cars from Factory Zero will change the world and how the world views electric vehicles. GMCHUMMER EV SUV joins its real super truck field, Chevrolet will absorb everything that Chevrolet’s loyal truck buyers love. And more about Silverado. More information, and then put it into the electric pickup, which will satisfy both retail and commercial customers.
General Motors did not disclose many details about the upcoming Silverado electric car, but according to Car blog, And its production will start in the second half of 2022. In addition, it is reported that the product will be launched as a 2024 model in early 2023. General Motors’ assembly plant in Detroit-Hamtrak will be used to make cars. The automaker invested $2.2 billion in the plant, which is dedicated to the production of various all-electric trucks and SUVs. In addition to the Silverado EV and Hummer EV that will start production later this year, GM will also manufacture Cruise Origin (self-driving electric shuttle van) at the factory.