Here Are The 2024 Chevy Silverado EV 3WT And 4WT Feature Lists15
Production of the all-new 2024 Chevy Silverado EV is set to kick off next year, offering truck customers a fresh all-electric take on the popular pickup nameplate. Now, GM Authority is bringing you yet more exclusive coverage on the Chevy Silverado EV, this time with a comprehensive list of features for the Chevy Silverado EV 3WT and 4WT trim levels.
According to GM, the Chevy Silverado EV WT, or Work Truck, is the “fleet-oriented” model in the Chevy Silverado EV lineup. To note, retail buyers will still be able to purchase the 2024 Chevy Silverado EV WT, if desired.
With that covered, let’s take a look at the feature list for the 2024 Chevy Silverado EV 3WT and 2024 Chevy Silverado EV 4WT:
|Dual-zone automatic climate control||CJ2||S||S|
|Cabin humidity and windshield temperature sensor||ASV||S||S|
|8-inch digital Driver Information Center||URO||S||S|
|6-speaker audio system||UQF||S||S|
|Infotainment system with Google built-in and 11-inch touchscreen||IVD||S||S|
|Wireless phone projection for Apple CarPlay and Android Auto||PPW||S||S|
|Steering wheel-mounted audio controls||UK3||S||S|
|SiriusXM Radio with trial period||U2K||S||S|
|Wi-Fi Hotspot capable||VV4||S||S|
|Two charge/data USB ports on floor console||UBJ||S||S|
|Two charge USB ports in rear-seat area||UBI||S||S|
|12-volt front console power outlet||KV7||S||S|
|Rear-seat 120-volt power outlet||KI6||S||S|
|eTrunk 120-volt power outlet||KPB||S||S|
|Four 120-volt bed-mounted power outlets||S||S|
|One 240-volt bed-mounted power outlet||S||S|
|Offboarding Power, 7.2 kW split phase AC power||D31||S||S|
|OnStar and Chevrolet connected services capable||UE1||S||S|
|OnStar Connected plan||R6N||S||S|
|HD Surround Vision with Trailer View Camera Provision||UV2||S||S|
|Surround Vision Recorder||XVR||S||S|
|Adaptive Cruise Control||KSG||S||S|
|Power door locks||AU3||S||S|
|Remote vehicle starting system with pre-conditioning||BTV||S||S|
|Keyless Open and Start||AVJ||S||S|
|Express-down front and rear power windows||WLD||S||S|
|Rear window electric defogger||C49||S||S|
|Frontal, front side-impact, front and rear head-curtain airbags||AYH||S||S|
|Following Distance Indicator||UE4||S||S|
|Forward Collision Alert||UEU||S||S|
|LED Reflective Windshield Collision Alert||UIT||S||S|
|Enhanced Automatic Emergency Braking||UGN||S||S|
|Intersection Automatic Emergency Braking||CTB||S||S|
|Side Bicyclist Alert||UOW||S||S|
|Rear Pedestrian Alert||UKK||S||S|
|Reverse Automatic Braking||UVZ||S||S|
|Rear Cross Traffic Braking||UFB||S||S|
|Front Pedestrian and Bicyclist Braking||UKT||S||S|
|Blind Zone Steering Assist||UKI||S||S|
|Lane Keep Assist with Lane Departure Warning||UKM||S||S|
|IntelliBeam automatic on/off High-Beam Headlamps||TQ5||S||S|
|Safety Alert Seat||HS1||S||S|
|Speed Limit Assist, automatic||ISA||S||S|
|Traffic Sign Recognition||UVX||S||S|
|Pedestrian Safety Signal, automated external sound generator at low speeds||NKF||S||S|
|Remote panic alarm||BTT||S||S|
|Rear passenger seat-belt indicator||UH5||S||S|
|Front passenger presence detecting seat belt||UEN||S||S|
|Rear Seat Reminder||RSR||S||S|
|Buckle to Drive||T8Z||S||S|
|Tire Pressure Monitoring System with Tire Fill Alert||UJN||S||S|
|Vinyl front bucket seats||AR9||S||S|
|Driver four-way manual seat||A2S||S||S|
|Front passenger four-way manual seat||A7E||S||S|
|Floor-mounted front console with four cup holders||D55||S||S|
|Front-row seat belt adjustable guide loops||AVI||S||S|
|Urethane steering wheel||N5V||S||S|
|Power tilt and telescopic steering column||N38||S||S|
|60/40 split folding rear bench seat||A68||S||S|
|Front passenger seatback map pocket||EBI||S||S|
|All-weather vinyl floor covering||BG9||S||S|
|Front upper and lower grille active shutters||WMI||S||S|
|Black wheel to wheel assist steps||BVE||S||S|
|Black Chevytec spray-on bedliner||CGN||A||A|
|Body-color door handles||D75||S||S|
|Rear door and rear cab deep-tinted glass||AKO||S||S|
|Solar absorbing front side windows||AGJ||S||S|
|Solar absorbing and privacy tinting rear side windows||ARU||S||S|
|LED headlamps with LED daytime running lamps||TGC||S||S|
|Mechanical jack with tools located in the eTrunk||Q8E||S||S|
|LED Cargo Area Lighting with instrument panel activation switch||UF2||S||S|
|Heated, power-adjustable outside mirrors||DLF||S||S|
|Black painted mirror caps||DP6||S||S|
|5-foot 11-inch pickup bed||E63||S||S|
|Paint protector film||VGC||A||A|
|Rear Park Assist||UD7||S||S|
|Manual tailgate function with EZ Lift||QT3||S||S|
|LT265/70R18 all-season blackwall tires||QWJ||S||S|
|LT225/65R18 all-season blackwall spare tire||ZBD||S||S|
|18-inch x 8.5-inch high gloss Black painted aluminum wheels||RIP||S||S|
|18-inch x 8.0-inch steel spare wheel||SG8||S||S|
|Soft Roll-Up Tonneau Cover, LPO||VPB||S||S|
|eTrunk lockable, weatherproof and lit compartment with cargo tie-downs and drain holes||S||S|
|17-inch front and rear sliding caliper disc brakes with Duralife rotors and antilock braking||JSV||S||S|
|FNC brake rotor||JCF||S||S|
|StabiliTrak stability control system||S||S|
|Proactive Roll Avoidance||S||S|
|Trailer Sway Control||S||S|
|Hill start assist||S||S|
|Integrated trailer brake controller||JL1||S||S|
|Trailering Information Label||VSX||S||S|
|Dual Level Charge Cord with 120-volt and 240-volt capability||PSC||S||S|
|19.2 kW charging module||K2O||S||S|
|800-volt fast charging up to 300 kW||S||S|
|Ultium Drive System Performance Torque Vectoring e4WD with two motors||XRJ||S||S|
|Ultium Drive front unit||S80||S||S|
|Ultium Drive rear unit||P8N||S||S|
|Four-wheel independent suspension with premium ride and handling||FE2||S||S|
|Electronic Precision Shift with Low mode, regenerative braking and one-pedal driving||EPH||S||S|
As we can see, these two trim levels offer nearly identical content. The big difference, however, is the battery, with a different RPO code for the battery powering the 3WT and 4WT. Per previous GM Authority coverage, there’s also a $5,000 pricing difference between these two models, which would seem to suggest that the 3WT trim level is equipped with a smaller battery pack than the 4WT trim level.
As GM Authority exclusively covered earlier this week, the 2024 Chevy Silverado EV 3WT starts at $72,905, while the 2024 Chevy Silverado EV 4WT starts at $77,905. Both models include a destination freight charge (DFC) of $1,895.
Also notable is the range of high-end features equipped by both trucks, including an 8.0-inch digital Driver Information Center, 11-inch touchscreen with Google built-in, Surround Vision Recorder, and a full suit of advanced safety features, not to mention the two-motor powertrain and e4WD.
Clearly, these trucks aren’t the base equipment groups for the Silverado EV, a fact that’s also underscored by the price tags. Additional WT trims will be introduced at a later date, and expected to carry a lower base price.
As a reminder, the 2024 Chevy Silverado EV rides on the GM BT1 platform, while production will kick off next year at the GM Factory Zero plant in Michigan.
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I keep checking the date but don’t see April 1st. Calendar app must be broken.
73k work truck. Keep it. They’re going to crash their own maker with greed.
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Why pay $75-80k for a stripped down EV work truck, when you can buy a new ICE WT for ~$45k or a slightly used one (1-2 years old) for ~$37.5k? These trucks get used and abused in short order.
Well, like they say, if you can’t afford the $5 per gallon gasoline, just go out and buy an EV…they’re very affordable. 😀
Infamous, please read the article. It is not about a striped down WT, but a 3&4WT. The basic WT will start at $40k. I’m tired of so many criticisms on this forum of GM with mis-information.
I did read the article. It is still a work truck with vinyl seats (manual adjusting), vinyl floors, 6 speaker stereo, cheap wheels that are typically used on a spare tire, etc., etc., etc.. For the same price as this, you can buy an absolutely loaded ICE High Country.
Again, it is a work truck that gets beaten into the ground doing construction work. You can get a current ICE work truck for half the price. If you’re happy with paying more and getting less, that is certainly your right as a consumer. I do not handle my finances in this manner.
I can’t wait for the first LS swap.
No EV for me but how about offering the upscale packages in the ICE WT? I would love to have an upscale 2-door truck with the 3.0 diesel! I would buy that tomorrow!
I can buy a lot of liquid fuel and convenience for the price difference between the EV and the ICE trucks.
Haters are going to make their usual comments, but I am interested in seeing options and prices for the non-WT versions also, but the added WT info starts to fill in the gaps from the $40 entry level WT to the tricked out $105k RST.
Surprised to see only a $5k delta for a larger battery, that’s encouraging. If I had to guess, another $5k to $10k over these WT’s should get you a nice entry level RST style truck with leather and nice wheels.
The only thing I am hating is the price.
I am interested in EV’s, as I rode in my friend’s Tesla and was quite impressed. It had some solid snap to it and two of my cars are a highly modded Camaro SS and a bolt-on C7 GS. I am no stranger to performance. EV’s have instantaneous torque.
Technology experts have already stated that Lithium-Ion batteries have come a long way, but they are still extremely expensive and will continue to be so for another ~10 years. I will wait until the prices are equal to that of an ICE.
I’m a realist not a hater. And I don’t like being pushed around by the government or big corps.
How much will that WT be worth in 7-10 years with a weak or dead battery? Way too early to even think about an EV. I’ll drive the 3.0 Duramax- if it ever gets here.
What is the bed length on this truck? My 2007 Silverado WT has an 8ft. bed.
So does my 2012 and still running like new!