The electric pickup truck competition is heating up, and the newest entrant is the 2024 Chevrolet Silverado EV, which made its debut today at CES.

General Motors plans to sell the electric truck for as low as $39,900 before taxes and dealer fees. It can travel 400 miles on a single charge, although the mileage may vary depending on temperature and terrain.

The electric pickup truck competition is heating up, and the newest entrant is the 2024 Chevrolet Silverado EV, which made its debut today at CES.

General Motors plans to sell the electric truck for as low as $39,900 before taxes and dealer fees. It can travel 400 miles on a single charge, although the mileage may vary depending on temperature and terrain.

GM says the Silverado has a fast charging capability at up to 350kW, which can add about 100 miles in range to the truck’s battery in about 10 minutes. The RST model can tow up to 10,000 pounds, while a Work Truck (WT) model for fleet customers can tow as much as 20,000 pounds.

The other standout feature is the self-driving “Super Cruise” system, which promises to let owners drive hands-free on more than 200,000 miles of road in the US and Canada.

The company plans on selling the WT model of the EV Silverado first in spring 2023, starting at $39,900 for a base model, according to GM CEO Mary Barra.

The company will then release a “fully-loaded” first edition RST model in fall 2023 starting at $105,000. Expect other variants costing betweeen $50,000 and $80,000 to appear as the vehicle goes into wider production.

GM is already taking reservations for the pickup truck on Chevrolet’s website. The Silverado will face competition from Ford’s all-electric F-150 Lightning and Tesla’s Cybertruck, which have both faced high demand, even though neither vehicle has launched yet.