Introducing The Chevrolet Silverado EV
was built from the ground up with Ultium – the groundbreaking, all-new battery platform from General Motors that brings with it new power, new force, new flexibility, and of course, a new range of possibilities. Pair this with Ultifi, a new intelligent software platform that keeps your vehicle functioning and personalized with over-the-air updates, downloadable apps, and new features so your vehicle system is constantly keeping up with you, and you’ve got yourself the perfect recipe for an all-electric pickup truck.
Chevrolet Silverado EV Key Performance Features
- Available 400-Mile GM-Estimated Range on a Full Charge
- Over 660 Horsepower with Wide-Open Watts
- Over 780 lb-ft of Torque with Wide-Open Watts
- 4.5 Second 0-60 MPH Time
- Up to 10,000 lbs. of Max Towing
- Up to 20,000 lbs. of Max Towing (on a Future WT Model)
Chevy Silverado EV Charging Options
- 120-Volt Charging– Level 1 home charging with a standard 3-prong 120-volt household outlet. A great choice for those shorter daily commutes.
- 240-Volt Charging– Level 2 home charging that uses a 240-volt household appliance outlet for the fastest home charge times. The recommended home charging solution for most drivers.
- DC Public Fast Charging – With this on-the-go charging solution, you can get a GM-estimated 100 miles of range in only 10 minutes—twice as fast as some of our competitors. And with over 40,000 available public charging stations, you’ll have no problem finding one near you!
Chevy Silverado EV Cargo and Storage Options
The Chevrolet Silverado EV offers a variety of cab and seating configurations so that you can choose which model is the best fit for your everyday lifestyle and cargo needs. First, there is the Multi-Flex Midgate With Pass-Through, which allows you to fit those extra-long items (over 10 feet), then there is the 60/40 Flip-and-Fold Seat that makes space for longer items (up to 9 feet), while also offering enough room for a passenger in the back. Lastly, there is the standard bed, which provides just under six feet (5 feet, 11 inches) of space for your cargo.
Oh, and because the Silverado EV utilizes the Ultium Platform, there is no need for an engine or a transmission, which means you’ll be able to enjoy the convenience of something never before seen in a pickup truck – a trunk In the front, and a much larger center console with lots of space to store your personal belongings.
Standard Chevy Safety Assist Features
- Automatic Emergency Braking – Automatic Emergency Braking, also referred to as Forward Automatic Braking, automatically applies brakes when the system detects that a front-end collision is imminent, to help avoid the collision or reduce the collision’s severity.
- Front Pedestrian Braking – This system alerts the driver if a collision with a pedestrian directly ahead is imminent and he/she has not already applied the brakes. it can automatically apply the brakes to help reduce the collision’s severity or avoid the collision.
- Lane Keep Assist with Lane Departure Warning – Lane Keep Assist with Lane Departure Warning: New to Malibu is Lane Keep Assist, which provides gentle steering wheel turns (and Lane Departure alerts if necessary) to help drivers avoid unintentionally drifting out of their lane.
- Forward Collision Alert – Designed to work at speeds above 5 mph, the Forward Collision Alert feature warns drivers that they are driving too closely to the vehicle in front of them. Using cameras, radars, or both to monitor vehicles directly ahead of your car, the Forward Collision Alert technology will alert the driver if it detects that a front-end collision situation is imminent.
- Intellibeam® High Beam Assist – IntelliBeam turns on a vehicle’s high-beam headlamps when it is dark enough and there is no other traffic present, and then turns them off when conditions change. The system works via a sensor located at the top center of the windshield, which automatically controls the system. As such, keeping this area of the windshield clear of debris is important to allow for best system performance.
- Following Distance Indicator – The Following Distance Indicator uses the vehicle’s Forward Collision Alert sensors to provide the driver with the following time to the vehicle they are following, thereby letting them know if they are following much too closely. Vehicles equipped with the Following Distance Indicator feature have a section within the Driver Information Center that displays Following Distance.
Learn More From Our Chevrolet Dealer Near Monticello
If you’re interested in hearing more about the Chevrolet Silverado EV or you would like to receive updates about its availability, please feel free to contact us online, by phone, or visit us here at DeFOUW Chevrolet, conveniently located at 320 Sagamore Parkway South in Lafayette, IN!