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GM aims for 2035 for its electric HD pickup trucks

At the recent Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, there was a lot of talk about Chevrolet's first electric pickup truck, the Silverado. Though it’s only coming for 2024, we can't wait to put the model to the test and see, for example, what kind of range such an EV can deliver with different loads hitched to the back.

Currently, range for the future model is announced at close to 600 km unladen, but it's clear that it will be much less with a significant weight behind.

When the all-electric Silverado 1500 debuts, it will be sold alongside the gas-powered equivalent, of course, and also the ultra-rugged HD variants. With those trucks, towing and load capacities are far superior, as is the output of the engines that make it all possible.

So what about electrification for these models? AT CES, General Motors (GM) actually slipped in a discrete announcement regarding those. The automaker aims to begin offering the first all-electric HD trucks starting in 2035, which is five years before the company's target for going 100 percent electric.

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