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Have you heard? The future is electric. GM announced its plans for an electrified future with the promise to deliver 30 new electric vehicles around the globe by 2025. The 2024 Chevy Silverado EV is part of the fleet and is already turning heads with its agility, jaw-dropping power, 400-mile range, and a long list of capabilities, conveniences, and cutting-edge features that make it the must-have truck of the future.
GM’s vision of an all-electric future is defined by zero emissions, zero crashes, and zero congestion. The 2024 Silverado EV embodies that future as Chevy’s first-ever all-electric workhorse. A powerhouse on wheels, the Silverado EV promises up to 600 horsepower, 780 lb-ft of near-instant torque, and a maximum trailering capacity of 10,000 pounds that make it more capable and more versatile than you would ever expect from an electric truck. The 2024 Silverado EV proves that Chevy’s future is bright as the legend returns bigger and better than ever.
This return is marked by excitement felt around the country as GM unveiled all the details of the Silverado EV. The truck has been Chevy’s best-kept secret since the Multi-Flex Tailgate that revolutionized the truck industry a few years ago. It’s safe to say that the all-electric truck will make a lasting impression on how we live, work, and play. Designed with the future in mind, the 2024 Silverado EV embodies the constant evolution of the Chevy brand and the iconic workhorse that reflects everything America stands for and everything Americans aspire to be with its versatility, reliability, and warrior-like spirit.
GM’s path to an all-electric future is based on its revolutionary Ultium platform, which is the heart and soul of the 2024 Chevy Silverado EV. What makes the Ultium platform so special, and how does it ensure the Silverado lives up to its reputation for capability and power? GM conducted extensive research in the EV segment and discovered one key issue that stopped most people from adopting an all-electric lifestyle–the initial and long-term investment in an EV. Despite their many benefits, EVs are a significant investment both at the time of purchase and when it’s time to replace the battery.
GM’s Ultium platform is designed to remedy this without sacrificing performance or capability on trucks like the 2024 Silverado EV. The modular platform means GM can use it in a variety of vehicles and configurations, which lowers the overall cost of the vehicle. This is certainly true for the Silverado EV with its available 24-module Ultium battery pack delivering a range of up to 400 miles, up to 664 horsepower, 780 lb-ft of near-instant torque, and a maximum trailering capacity of 10,000 pounds.
The Silverado’s Ultium battery delivers the power you need exactly when you need it, while the truck’s independent front and rear suspensions optimize the Silverado’s performance and handling. One surprising option is the e4WD system that relies on front and rear-drive motors to give the Silverado the traction and stability it needs to travel across a variety of terrains. This versatility is enhanced by features like the Silverado’s Automatic Adaptive Air Suspension that allows you to lower or raise the vehicle based on the situation at hand, giving you greater control over the truck’s ground clearance and aerodynamics.
GM makes charging easy with both the Silverado EV RST and WT equipped with DC Fast-Charging capability that offers up to 350 kW. You can add around 100 miles to the truck’s range in 10 minutes. Finding a charging station is also easy thanks to the Silverado’s Energy Assist feature in the myChevrolet Mobile app, which allows you to navigate the most energy-efficient route from the truck’s center display or your smartphone. The WT comes with access to Ultium Charge 360 Fleet Service, while the RST comes with Ultium Charge 360, the latter of which gives you access to over 100,000 charging stations throughout the United States and Canada.
The 2024 Silverado EV is designed to make your time more enjoyable and your job easier when you’re in the driver’s seat. This is made possible thanks to a suite of functional features that extend the truck’s versatility and prove that a truck can and should work smarter, not harder. The most prominent example of this is the Silverado’s Multi-Flex Midgate and Multi-Flex Tailgate.
The Multi-Flex Tailgate isn’t a new addition to the Silverado lineup and, like the 2024 Silverado EV, holds the honor of being one of GM’s best-kept secrets. The Multi-Flex Tailgate extends the versatility and function of the truck bed with six unique functions. The primary gate functions as a traditional tailgate but adds convenience since you can open it using the key fob, a button on the gate, or a button inside the cab. The primary gate load stop keeps longer items from sliding out of the bed, while the inner gate gives you access to second-tier items, features another load stop, and serves as a flat work surface. Accessing the truck bed is easier with the Multi-Flex Tailgate since the inner gate folds into a full-width step that can support up to 375 pounds.
The Multi-Flex Tailgate shares the spotlight with the all-new Multi-Flex Midgate. Standard on the Silverado EV RST, the midgate extends the functionality of the truck’s 5-foot 11-inch bed. You can use the midgate to extend the truck’s bed to over 9 feet without sacrificing the comfort of your second-row passengers. If you also have the Multi-Flex Tailgate, you can extend that length to 10 feet. This makes it easier to haul passengers and cargo of all sizes without stress or worry that everything will fit.
This stress is also minimized thanks to the Silverado EV’s eTrunk. The truck’s Ultium battery frees the engine bay, and that means more cargo storage. The lockable compartment is weatherproof and gives you additional storage for items like suitcases, toolboxes, camping gear, etc. Chevy also gives you a variety of accessories to choose from to equip the compartment with exactly what you need to get the most out of the truck.
The 2024 Silverado EV looks like the truck of the future and has a host of cutting-edge technology to match. This technology extends from the lighting animation that greets you on the RST to modern marvels like Super Cruise and the PowerBase charging system. Together, these features take your experience behind the wheel to the next level.
After greeting you with a unique lighting animation, the Silverado EV RST comes to life with its 17-inch touchscreen display that’s home to the Chevy infotainment system, smartphone integration, navigation, and a variety of in-vehicle apps. These tools are standard across the industry, so what sets the system apart is the use of GM’s exclusive Ultifi software platform. Ultifi separates the Silverado’s hardware from its software to offer over-the-air updates via the cloud to eliminate downtime and optimize the truck’s performance day after day.
Along with the RST’s expansive center display, you’ll find an 11-inch driver instrument display and a 14-inch head-up display. These displays reflect the Silverado’s advanced design and put all the information you need within a glance to minimize distraction and keep your focus exactly where it needs to be. Navigating the road ahead is also easier with the Silverado’s remarkable Super Cruise technology. Now compatible with trailering, Super Cruise is the industry’s first true hands-free driver-assist feature that allows you to take your hands off the wheel when navigating on over 200,000 miles of compatible roadways throughout the United States and Canada. The tool is advanced enough to detect the additional drag from a trailer and can adjust the truck’s stopping distance and speed as needed to safely bring both the truck and the accompanying trailer to a controlled stop as needed.
When you’re not traveling, the Silverado EV certainly makes getting any job done easier with the PowerBase charging system. This advanced feature turns the truck into a hub of capability by offering up to 10 outlets that provide a total of 10.2 kW of power. This allows you to power your tools at a job site, run accessories at the campsite, or power your home during an outage. You can also charge another EV using the available accessory charging cord.