The CES 2022 conference, taking place Jan. 5-8 next year in Las Vegas, will see the reveal of the new 2023 Chevrolet Silverado EV. The reveal will take place during General Motors CEO Mary Barra’s keynote speech, during which she’ll finally give more details on the elusive electric pickup.
Chevrolet has been tight-lipped about the upcoming Silverado EV, but there are a few things we know. The Silverado EV is built on the new Ultium Platform, which includes a modular battery pack that can be stacked in multiple directions to perfectly fit an individual vehicle. Per GM, Ultium also allows for incredible driving range, potentially up to 400 miles on a single charge.
We know the Silverado EV will offer available Four-Wheel Steer. Four-Wheel Steer is perfect for off-roading or driving in any tight spaces, allowing the driver to turn all four wheels at once for an incredibly tight turn radius. This feature even improves stability and handling at higher speeds, Chevy says.
Chevy has also teased the available fixed-glass roof, an industry first in the pickup segment. The fixed-glass roof will make for my headroom, improve visibility, and will make the cab feel brighter and more spacious. The expansive roof covers the front and backseat of the Silverado EV.
Stay tuned to the Frank Porth Chevrolet blog as we wait for more news on the exciting new 2023 Silverado EV.