2025 Chevy Silverado EV Specs: With the arrival of the 2025 Chevrolet Silverado EV, Chevrolet will be the latest manufacturer to enter the electric pickup truck industry. The Silverado EV, as its GMC Hummer EV truck cousin (Chevrolet and GMC are both GM brands), uses an Ultium battery pack. It appears to be a modernized version of the original Avalanche pickup, with a possibly beneficial midgate pass-through for longer freight.
2025 Chevy Silverado EV Design
The 2025 Silverado EV is a large and muscular electric pickup truck. For optimum mileage, designers had to maintain low coefficients of drag. The front-end layout has been contoured to effectively funnel air down the body side, significantly lowering drag and turbulence, according to a news release from Chevrolet. “As a result, the Silverado EV WT is projected to have one of the lower drag ratios of any currently available factory full-size pickup truck.”
Chevy Silverado EV Interior
We had a look inside the loaded RST model and were impressed by what we saw. It had a permanent glass top, monochrome two-tone leather seating with red piping, and roughly the same passenger space as a standard Silverado double cab pickup truck. Instead of a console-mounted shifter, Chevrolet’s designers chose a column-mounted stalk, which allows for a large storage bin below the instrument panel and middle armrests.
2025 Chevy Silverado EV Specs
The 2025 Chevy Silverado EV Specs is an upcoming all-electric version of the popular Silverado pickup truck. It is expected to offer a fully electric powertrain and advanced features tailored for electric mobility.
Regarding reviews, as the Chevy Silverado EV Specs become available and closer to its release date, there will likely be reviews and assessments from automotive journalists and industry experts that discuss the vehicle’s specifications, performance, and overall value proposition. These reviews will provide insights into the Silverado EV’s range, charging capabilities, towing capabilities, technology, and overall driving experience.
2025 Chevy Silverado EV Engine
The Silverado EV will have two electric motors as opposed to the Chevrolet Bolt EV, which has up to three. The configuration should still deliver strong acceleration performance, as Chevy says the top-spec RST has at least 664 horsepower, while the lowest WT model manages 510. Both all-wheel drive and four-wheel steering are standard. Customers who choose the RST model will discover that their vehicle has an adjustable air suspension; nevertheless, a pair of enormous, stylish 24-inch wheels are optional. Locking differentials, substantial all-terrain tires, and other adventure-ready components will probably be added to the Silverado EV’s suspension in the Trail Boss edition. We’ll update this article with our driving views when we have an opportunity to test-drive the Chevy Silverado EV.
2025 Chevy Silverado EV Battery and Range
The Silverado EV will use General Motors’ innovative Ultium battery system, which can be expanded up to build a 200-kWh battery pack. The Silverado EV Work Truck has a recommended range of 450 miles from a full charge, according to the EPA. Naturally, the real-world range may vary, particularly when towing, which the Silverado EV should be able to do with ease. DC fast charging will come standard, and Chevrolet boasts that an accessible DC charger can add 100 miles of capacity to a battery in just 10 minutes.
2025 Chevy Silverado EV Price and Availability
The 2025 Chevy Silverado EV will cost six figures when it goes on sale. Yes, when the vehicle does launch in the spring of 2023, Chevrolet will do so with an RST First Edition variant that has the brand’s longest-range battery, with a potential range of 400 miles. A sticker price of $105,000 plus extra destination costs will be part of that range.
On its website, Chevy does state that “Reservation does not ensure car delivery within any specific period. The dealer determines the final pricing. This may imply that if demand is great enough, a dealership might mark up a $39,900 Silverado EV. Though one can only hope that GM follows Ford’s lead and threatens to punish dealerships that try to con customers.