Production-Ready 2024 Chevy Silverado EV Work Truck Spotted On The Road: Photos20
Originally breaking cover at the 2022 Consumer Electronics Show, the 2024 Chevy Silverado EV offers all the usual capability and practicality expected of the nameplate, plus a cutting-edge battery electric powertrain for motivation. Now, we’re getting an eyeful of this production-ready 2024 Chevy Silverado EV Work Truck (WT) out in the real world thanks to the following GM Authority photos.
For those readers who may be unaware, the Chevy Silverado EV WT is oriented towards fleet buyers, with the 3WT and 4WT equipment groups being the first units out the gates. This particular model is a 3WT or 4WT, with the most important difference between the two being different-sized battery packs.
Outside, this 2024 Chevy Silverado EV WT is covered in Summit White paint, which is tagged with paint code GAZ. The white paint is offset by black trim bits for the front grille and bumpers, as well as the fenders, wheel-to-wheel assist steps (RPO code BVE), and the Heated and power-adjustable outside mirrors (RPO code DLF). Up front, 3WT and 4WT Silverado EV models are equipped with LED headlights with LED daytime running lamps (RPO code TGC).
In the flanks, we spot Body-color door handles (RPO code D75), plus a set of multi-spoke wheels. Those rollers are 18-inch High Gloss Black painted aluminum wheels (RPO code RIP), which are wrapped in LT265/70R18 all-season tires (RPO code QWJ). The sail panels on the C-pillars are done in black as well. A Silverado EV badge with a blue “E” is mounted low on the front doors.
Moving into the rear of the vehicle, we spot a black lower bumper treatment, plus some LED taillights (RPO code TAB). Another Silverado EV badge with a blue “E” is mounted on the tailgate.
As for the tech inside the cabin, Chevy Silverado EV 3WT and 4WT trim levels are equipped as standard with Rear Park Assist (RPO code UD7).
As a reminder, the 2024 Chevy Silverado EV rides on the GM BT1 platform. Production takes place at the GM Factory Zero plant in Michigan.
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Two Thumbs Up. It looks really good actually
It honestly looks way better in these photos. I think the stupid light bar and huge wheels ruin the look on the rst.
Personally I don’t give a dame what a car or truck looks like . I just want it to get me from point A to point B the best any car or truck can .
The only reason I would buy a truck or car would be because of color is because lighter colors get into accidents less often .
And don’t get me going on how fast a car or truck can go from a full stop to 60 miles an hour . There’s no reason people need that . Unless they like waring out tires . Witch EV’s are doing and cost their owners big money .
The Avalanche EV is really bulky . Probably my least favorite of the 3 Chevy ford and Ram . The gmc version is decent
Originally the entire from fascia was gray plastic. Is that still the case and this is a slightly higher trim option? Or is this the new base look?
Front end looks better with less unpainted plastic. Still not a good looking rig, and of course there are fewer use cases with EV than a real truck. More money, less versatility. Don’t make nooo sense.
Except that the real use-case of most trucks is commuting.
If I didn’t know better, and I really don’t, I might believe that Chevy collaborated with Honda on this pickup. This version of the Silverado bears an uncanny resemblance to the previous model of the Ridgeline.
I like it reminds me of the avalanche. Got a 03 z66 in my stable and I love it. Sucks gm canceled that and the ext
Chevrolet collaborated with itself and brought out ostensibly what looks like a updated Avalanche in EV form.
Spot on Jerry. Honda squared off the back window on the new version of their trucklet because most truck buyers hated that fast-back look and it made the box less user friendly. The new version with the squared off window is selling dramatically better than the old model.
Chevy sure didn’t need that third light-duty truck plant if this is the look they are going forward with.
Is it WT 2 or do you have to go WT 3 to get the larger battery
Until they make it as a regular cab long box and without large screens inside I’m not interested. This isn’t a real truck, and not intended to me one either. It’s marketed to the same crowd as the F-150 lightning. City folk that have never owned a pickup and think a 5 foot box is a gift from heaven.
I looked at the Blazer EV… mileage, storage, $$$$, either a stripped down WT or a maxed out Equinox.
The Silverado would be a 5 passenger vehicle…like equinox. But larger battery. Has Lockable Trunk.
the bed of the truck. is just bonus to us. No we dont plan on using it as a work truck. Have my ice for that
but the advantage of Height, Mileage and lockable no see-thru weather tight trunk makes the truck more enticing then the
Equinox. I could care less about midgate, steering, or lift suspension. The Question for me is When will they come out. quit the teasing, an just deliver. And what version of WT will give me the long range battery. Which version comes out first.
They can call it a work truck all they want. I dont know of a single contractor/tradesman that can afford a 100k pickup with this limited amount of range, size and payload . By the time these things get enough years and road scars on them to be considered legitimate work trucks they wont be worth spending the money to replace the batteries.
Still too much cheap looking black plastic everywhere, especially for the price. Hopefully there will be other better wheel choices besides these dirty looking spare tires.