Chevy Silverado transitions to Electric Pick-up Truck

Chevy Silverado transitions to Electric Pick-up Truck

GM, Ford, and now Chevy have participated in moving towards electrification and launching the electric Silverado pick-up truck. The manufacturing of Silverado will be at the same place GMC Hummer EV at Factory Zero Assembly plant in Detroit and Hamtramck, Michigan.

GM has conveyed his plans towards electrification with the change of brand logo and delivering globally 1 million EVs by 2025. GM Ultium battery is focused on building the high-end power and technology that pace up the performance.

Chevy Silverado will be changed and fully re-designed that delivers a range of 400 miles on a full charge. GM has planned the budget to invest in the Detroit-Hamtramck plant to initiate the production of SUVs and pick-up trucks. General Motors Factory Zero plant will focus on shaping with EV that benefits the environment by zero emissions, no crashes, and much more.

Factory Zero is dedicated to manufacturing EVs with advanced parts and accessories. The upgrades in body style paint all will do in the Assembly area with the inclusion of new machines, conveyors, controls, and other tools. This will help the company to stick to its word about delivering the 1million EV by 2025 of different brands Check at dealerships Buick, GMC, Cadillac, and Chevrolet.

The company released the details of zero-emission technology that will focus on extending the fuel cells. There will be more changes in the structure to develop and shape the EVs in a better way before arriving at Chevrolet Dealerships.