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GM Unveils All-Electric Chevy Silverado

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The WT version of the Chevy Silverado EV will debut next year. It will feature General Motors' longest-range battery and will have an expected range of more than 400 miles on a full charge.


General Motors' (GM) recently unveiled 2024 Chevy Silverado EV will have an estimated range of 400 miles on a full charge, according to company officials.

The truck was developed "from the ground up as a fully electric truck on GM's advanced Ultium EV Platform."

Two versions of the electric vehicle will be available - the flagship RST and the WT.

Both feature "fast-charging capabilities," enabling 100 miles of range to be added within 10 minutes, according to GM estimates.

The Silverado EV, which will be exclusively offered in crew cab configurations, also is capable of charging other electric vehicles, "using the available accessory charge cord, sharing its power in times of need."

The truck will be assembled at GM's Factory ZERO in Michigan, which has been repurposed for electric vehicle production.

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