Two and a half years after the global launch of the BrightDrop ecosystem of zero-emission products, General Motors has just officially unveiled images of the 2024 BrightDrop Zevo’s revised interior design.
The automaker released new images of the BrightDrop Zevo commercial vehicle range’s interior as the new delivery business arm expands to Mexico, confirming that the company’s newest division will span across all three North American countries. Until now, GM has focused on showcasing the exterior and the many configurations of BrightDrop’s line of electric vans.
In particular, the new images highlight the 2024 BrightDrop Zevo 600‘s interior, which it will also share with the shorter-wheelbase BrightDrop Zevo 400. Both present a cabin configuration that includes a fixed driver’s seat and an optional folding passenger jump seat, with dual front airbags, roof-rail side-impact airbags and a driver-side seat-mounted side airbag.
The cabin of the BrightDrop Zevo 600 and Zevo 400 features a highly functional dashboard with a low height and considerable depth, integrating multiple spaces designed to store various objects such as personal items, work tools and small parcels. The layout is simple and focused on practicality, with the driver’s seat raised and upholstered in soft, high-resistance fabric for greater comfort on long trips.
The dashboard features an 11.3-inch infotainment system touchscreen, replacing the previous 13.4-inch display found in 2022 and 2023 models, alongside the 11-inch digital Driver Information Center. The center stack includes physical climate system controls as well as a big red button for the hazard flashers. The new steering wheel’s design is similar to the ones found in the new-generation Chevy Colorado and GMC Canyon pickups, but fitted with the BrightDrop logo.
In addition, the BrightDrop Zevo vans’s floor is lined with resistant black plastic using the brand’s logo as a pattern. The Electronic Precision Shift gear selector is now mounted on the steering column instead of the center stack to maximize space and simplify the design of the lower part of the dash, which includes several air vents in square and rectangular formats, storage trays, an SD memory card slot as well as USB-A and USB-C ports.
The BrightDrop Zevo 600 and Zevo 400 vans are the first all-electric commercial vehicles designed by the GM divison focused on decarbonizing the delivery business. Manufactured exclusively at the GM CAMI Assembly plant in Canada with Ultium Battery technology and Ultium Drive propulsion systems, the BrightDrop Zevo’s deployment will cover the three countries of North America and will reach other regions such as the Middle East.