Chevy Unveils All-Electric Silverado Pickup

Our team at Stingray Chevrolet Bartow in Bartow, Florida is excited to keep you updated on the all-new, all-electric 2024 Chevrolet Silverado EV. The groundbreaking Silverado EV harnesses electric power to deliver mighty capability, impressive range, and modern technology.

The Chevy Silverado EV is powered by the cutting-edge Ultium platform, which optimizes the pickup’s weight distribution and provides a low center of gravity to enhance overall handling. The Ultium platform also enables the Silverado EV to achieve an estimated 400-mile range when fully charged, over 660 horsepower, and over 780 lb-ft of torque.[1]

Whether you’re ready to take your Silverado EV to the job site with the crew or to the lake with the family, you can expect the all-electric truck to do its duty. The First Edition RST model offers up to a 10,000-pound towing capability, while the WT model hauls up to 8,000 pounds. Chevy estimates that future model years will tow up to an impressive 20,000 pounds.[2]

The Silverado EV has the brains to match its brawn. The all-new Ultifi software platform keeps your Silverado EV up to date with the latest technological features and capabilities. Drivers will also enjoy a 17-inch diagonal LCD freeform infotainment screen, 11-inch diagonal instrument display, and 14-inch head-up display.

The full list of features will be announced closer to the Silverado EV’s summer 2024 release. We are ready to help you place your reservation at Stingray Chevrolet Bartow!

[1] First edition RST GM-estimated range on a full charge based on current capability of analytical projection consistent with SAE J1634 revision 2017 – MCT. Actual range may vary based on several factors, including temperature, terrain, battery age, loading, and how you use and maintain your vehicle. EPA estimates not yet available. GM estimated over 660 horsepower and over 780 lb-ft torque on model year 2024 RST with Wide Open Watts.

[2] Available on WT variant starting model year 2025. Based on preliminary GM testing. Actual production model may vary. May require optional trailering equipment to achieve maximum capacity. Before you buy a vehicle or use it for trailering, carefully review the Trailering section of the Owner’s Manual. The weight of passengers, cargo and options or accessories may reduce the amount you can tow.

Chevrolet Teases All-Electric Equinox and Blazer

Chevrolet is increasing its electrified lineup with an all-electric Equinox and Blazer, two of the brand’s popular, well-equipped, and family-friendly SUVs.

“The Equinox has always played an important role for Chevrolet as the second-highest selling brand nameplate,” said Steve Hill, Chevrolet vice president. 

The Equinox is a top-seller for Chevy and with the release of an electrified version, Chevy hopes to prove that EVs can be an affordable option for every driver who wants to go green behind the wheel. Although details about the first-ever all-electric Equinox are slim, Chevy has noted that the Equinox EV will boats a starting MSRP near $30,000 for the LT trim.[1] The Equinox RS trim should hit dealerships in spring of 2023. The release date for the LT trim hasn’t been announced.

Spring 2023 also marks the arrival of the all-electric Chevy Blazer.

An all-electric Equinox and Blazer add to the EV roster of Chevy, which already includes the Chevy Bolt and Chevy Bolt EUV as well as the recent reveal of the 2024 Silverado EV. The all-electric truck will offer a 400-mile range, GM estimates, when it’s fully charged and boast potent ratings of 664 horsepower, 780 lb-ft of torque, and a 10,000-pound maximum trailering capacity when the Silverado EV RST is properly equipped.[2]

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[1] Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price excludes destination freight charge, tax, title, license, dealer fees, optional equipment, and other options. Participating dealer determines final price. Subject to change.[2] Range estimate based on current capability of analytical projection consistent with SAE J1634 revision 2017 – MCT. Actual range may vary based on several factors, including temperature, terrain, battery age, loading, and how you use and maintain your vehicle.  EPA estimates not yet available.

Chevrolet Announces First-Ever Electric Silverado Pickup

As part of its commitment to release 30 electric vehicles globally by the end of 2025, Chevrolet has announced it will build an all-electric version of the popular Silverado pickup truck right here in the U.S. The electric Silverado will be built at the former Detroit-Hamtramck plant, now named Factory ZERO. This plant will be dedicated to building only EVs, including the electric Silverado and the upcoming GMC Hummer EV.

While no major details have been released about the electric truck, Chevrolet estimates that it’ll have an impressive range of more than 400 miles on a full charge. Additionally, Chevy will use its 100 years of truck expertise to ensure the electric Silverado is equally as capable as its gasoline-powered sibling. Chevy hasn’t announced when the truck will be released, but sources estimate it’ll go on sale in early 2024 and a 2023 model.

In addition to investing over $2 billion in Factory ZERO, General Motors is investing $2.3 billion in a new Ultium Cells LLC battery cell manufacturing plant in Spring Hill, Tennessee. That plant is slated to open in 2023 and open up 1,300 new jobs. Ultium Cells LLC is a joint venture between GM and LG Energy Solution, and the Spring Hill plant will be the second Ultium plant in the country. The other plant, which also received a $2.3 billion investment, is located in Lordstown, Ohio.

Stay tuned to Stingray Chevrolet of Bartow’s blog for more news on the upcoming electric Silverado. Can’t wait? See current lease options on the gas-powered Chevy Silverado 1500 so you have a short-term truck solution while you wait for the EV version’s release.

New 2022 Chevrolet Bolt EV and EUV Coming Soon

This summer, you can march boldly and confidently into a future of zero-emissions driving. The all-new 2022 Chevrolet Bolt EV and EUV are coming to Stingray Chevrolet Bartow in Bartow, Florida.

Chevrolet grows the Bolt lineup with a new, family-friendlier Bolt EUV that breaks new ground in more ways than one. The 2022 Chevy Bolt EUV will become the first vehicle in the brand’s lineup to offer Super Cruise™ hands-free driving technology. It’ll also boast a new Dual Level Charge Cord that makes keeping your battery topped up even easier.

“The new Bolt EUV is the best of the Bolt EV packaged in an SUV-like vehicle with more technology and features, giving customers more choices and reasons to switch to electric,” said Steve Hill, vice president of Chevrolet. “This is an opportunity for Chevy to capitalize on the success we’ve built with the Bolt EV and bring new customers into the Chevy family.”

As if that’s not enough, Chevrolet is making the all-new 2022 Bolt EV more affordable. Chevy chopped $5,000 off the base price of the 2021 model, meaning you have even more reasons to check out what the Bolt brings to the table.

And it brings a lot. The 2022 Bolt EV boasts a 65-kilowatt-hour, lithium-ion battery pack that General Motors expects to return 259 miles on a full charge.* With the new Bolt EUV, you’ll get 250 miles on a full charge, making it perfect for your travels in and around Bartow.*

Want to be one of the first to get a new 2022 Chevrolet Bolt EV or EUV this summer? Contact the team at Stingray Chevrolet Bartow and we’ll help you make it happen.

*Your actual range will vary based on several factors, including temperature, terrain, battery age and how you use and maintain your vehicle.

Chevrolet Bolt EV Academy Teaches About EV Benefits

There are many benefits to owning an electric vehicle, besides the obvious. Now you can learn about all those benefits through the newly-launched Bolt EV Academy from Chevrolet.

A handy series of 15 videos help educate consumers on all the aspects of the Bolt. Current Bolt EV owners will see what it’s capable of while future Bolt owners can see how easy and fun it is to live with an all-electric vehicle.

There’s a video that explains home charging basics, such as how much time it takes and how to do it properly. They even explain how to install an efficient home charging station, or how charging on a road trip works with a network of over 2,800 charging locations.

The videos explain how to use the driver’s display screens for battery level awareness, safety feature activation or even syncing with your phone.

Bolt EV Academy also explores the innovative one-pedal driving system and regen-on-demand technology. Just using the accelerator can help power the car’s battery and save wear and tear on your brakes.

You can find all these handy tips and tricks straight from the engineers who developed the Ford Bolt EV. Visit the automaker’s official YouTube page or Chevrolet.com to learn more, or pay a visit to Stingray Chevrolet Bartow to test drive a Bolt EV.