General Motors Executive Director Mary Barra shared new information about the Chevrolet Silverado EV electric pickup truck, which the American automaker is preparing to launch into mass production. This time, the top manager shared several photos from the sea trials of pre-production prototypes of the new electric car.
On her page on the social network, Mary Barra posted footage of pre-production prototypes of the Silverado EV, which are being run at the Milford landfill. It is clear from the pictures that the new Chevrolet is being tested not only on asphalt roads but also on dirt tracks.
“I’m looking forward to your photos of these trucks in the wild when they start being tested on the streets of Detroit next month!” the head of General Motors addressed subscribers in her message.
95% of customers who have pre-ordered an electric car plan to use a pickup truck as an everyday car. The main reason for choosing the Silverado EV, buyers called the desire to get an electric car for all occasions, which will be able to tow trailers and drive off-road.