The 2024 Chevrolet Silverado EV may be late to the electric-pickup party, but from our early look it appears to have been worth the wait. Rivian, Ford, GMC, and Tesla have set lofty expectations for range, power, and towing. To match them, the Silverado EV offers up to 400 miles of range, up to 664 horsepower, and up to 10,000 pounds’ worth of tow rating.
Two trim levels will be available to start. The prices Chevy is quoting—$105,000 for the fully loaded RST on display, and $39,900 for the base and fleet-oriented WT—don’t include destination, which is $1695 on the current non-electric Silverado. Chevy says these two prices represent the bookends of the Silverado EV pricing spectrum and that upcoming trim levels will fall between.
The Silverado EV is about the same length and height as a regular crew-cab, short-bed Silverado, but the only thing the two trucks share is part of their names. The Silverado EV isn’t even assembled in the same factory. Instead, it’s built on a narrower version of the GMC Hummer EV‘s underpinnings. That means independent front and rear suspension, front and rear electric motors (although two of them, rather than the Hummer’s three), and an available 200.0-kWh battery pack with 400 miles of estimated range.