The 2024 Chevy Silverado EV work truck, which is mostly intended for fleet customers, will have an EPA-estimated range of 450 miles on a full charge. This is 50 miles more than GM’s earlier earler estimate. The truck will start at $79,800 including shipping.
The work truck version of the electric full-size pickup is set to launch this spring. A work truck with a GM-estimated 350 miles of range and a starting price of $74,800 will follow, as will other versions of the work truck line starting as low as $41,595 including shipping.
The fully loaded RST First Edition for retail buyers is scheduled to arrive this fall, with a GM-estimated 400 miles of range and a price of $106,695. Other retail trims such as Trail Boss also are planned.
GM’s continued transition toward electric vehicles will be a critical area of focus for company leaders this year. In addition to the Silverado EV, Chevy is launching electric versions of the Blazer and Equinox crossovers this year, while GMC is preparing to bring its Sierra EV full-size pickup to market next year, and Cadillac will start production of its hand-built Celestiq electric sedan in December.
Here are some additional details about the 2024 Chevy Silverado EV work truck:
- Dual-motor all-wheel drive system.
- Tow up to 10,000 pounds.
- Payload capacity of 1,300 pounds.
- Charge at up to 350 kW, which can add up to 100 miles of range in 10 minutes.
The 2024 Chevy Silverado EV work truck is a significant step forward for GM as it transitions to electric vehicles. With its long-range, powerful performance, and impressive towing and payload capacity, the Silverado EV work truck is a compelling option for fleet customers who just want a workaday truck, without weird space ship styling and funky proportions.