We're still far from the 2024 Chevy Silverado EV being on sale in the fall of 2023.

However, the first engineering prototypes are already being tested on public roads, with General Motors sharing two-vehicle photographs.

Because Chevy conducted much of the initial testing digitally, we're only now seeing fully formed, production-bodied prototypes.

The new truck will be available for the 2024 model year, with the first deliveries expected in fall 2023.

The Silverado EV is powered by GM's Ultrium battery technology and has a range of up to 400 miles.

The Ford F-150 Lighting, the Silverado's main rival, now has a maximum EPA-rated range of 320 miles.

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The full-size Chevy Silverado ev has a towing capacity of 10,000 pounds.

The lowest WT trim of the electrified Silverado is projected to cost roughly $42,000, with the top-tier RST trim costing around $107,000.

In comparison, the Ford Lightning starts at $41,769 for the base trim and goes up to $92,669 for the best trim.

While the name may be familiar, the electric pickup differs in appearance from the modern gas-powered truck.

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