GM has revealed its numerous manufacturers’ electric car plans in its 10th sustainability report, and one of the crucial notable initiatives is Chevrolet’s BET Truck. Apparently, Chevy is working on its first full-size electric pickup truck, and it’ll have the potential to run over 400 miles on a single cost. That’s just about all GM revealed about it, and as Autoblog notes, it’s unclear if the EV can be an electrified Silverado or a new mannequin altogether.
A rumor went round final 12 months that GM will launch its first electric truck in 2021, however it’s unclear if it’s this specific mannequin. It’s additionally not clear if the truck talked about within the report can be one of many 20 electric automobiles GM vowed can be on the highway by 2023. GM made the dedication to roll out a substantial variety of EVs by mid-2020s a few years in the past in hopes that its manufacturers’ lineup can be largely electric come 2030. Earlier this 12 months, the automaker introduced that it’s investing $2.2 billion into turning its Detroit-Hamtramck facility into its first meeting plant that’s fully dedicated to EVs.