The First-Ever All-Electric Silverado

Silverado EV

Are the high gas prices getting you down? It’s exceptionally hard on your wallet if you drive a powerful truck. Fortunately, that’s about to change, thanks to the upcoming first-ever all-electric Silverado. It’s set to go on sale in 2023, and dealerships are taking reservations now. First, get the details about what the Chevrolet Silverado EV offers. Then you can reach out to your local dealership to reserve the truck so you can be among the first to drive it.

Power up for Long Drives in the Silverado EV

General Motors designed the Ultium battery platform for the Silverado EV, and it’s a beast. While some electric vehicles are lucky to get 100 miles on a single charge, the Silverado EV can go an estimated 400 miles on one charge. That means you’ll have plenty of battery to make big trips in your Silverado.

And while some electric vehicles sacrifice power for battery life, you’ll get both with the Silverado EV. It offers over 660 horsepower and 780 pound-feet of torque with wide-open watts. Oh, and how does going from 0-60 in under 4.5 seconds sound when driving an electric vehicle? The Silverado can also do that with wide-open watts, so you won’t worry about lagging behind.

Load Your Gear With the Multi-flex Midgate With Pass-through

Do you ever feel a little envious when watching someone fold down the seats in an SUV to get more space? You’ve probably wished you could do the same thing with your truck. Chevrolet must have been thinking the same thing because the Silverado EV comes with a multi-flex midgate with pass-through. If you fold down the midgate, the bed can accommodate items over 10 feet in length. That means you won’t have any trouble using your truck for work or play.

A Trunk in the Hood

Now that you have storage on your mind, it’s time to dig into the Silverado EV’s trunk in the hood. So, the Silverado EV doesn’t have an engine since it runs on batteries. Thus, you can pop the hood and use it as a trunk. This innovative feature is ideal for securing groceries and other items. Just think about how impressed your friends will be when they see you pop the hood to toss in some gear.

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Super Cruise Down the Road

By now, you probably realize that the Silverado EV is anything but average. It’s also futuristic, thanks to Super Cruise Driver Assistance Technology. As long as you’re on one of the 200,000 miles of compatible roads, you can set Super Cruise and let the truck do the driving for you.

These are just some of the cool features you’ll get with the Silverado EV. And while it isn’t ready yet, you can reserve yours today. As a participating dealership, James Corlew Chevrolet in Clarksville, Tennessee, is taking reservations. Reach out to us today so you don’t miss out on the first-ever all-electric Silverado.

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