American automaker General Motors Co is planning to produce the Chevrolet Silverado electric pickup by the end of 2020 at its assembly plant at Factory Zero.
American car maker General Motors Co is planning to produce a Chevrolet Silverado electric pickup by the end of 2020 at the assembly plant at Factory Zero, the new name of its Detroit-Hamtramck factory, specializing in production. to manufacture electric vehicles and AV equipment.
A source close to the company said, GM’s electric pickup is expected to go on sale in early 2023. GM currently declined to comment on the progress of the production of this Silverado, but the information has helped her. GM’s shares surged to a record high of $ 62.45 per share.
Wall Street is increasingly focusing on GM’s strategy of making electric cars, as it is slowly catching up with the world’s leading electric vehicle company today, Tesla Inc. Recently, GM has introduced the GMC Hummer electric sports utility vehicle (SUV), also built at Factory Zero.
GM’s plan is part of an effort to increase spending is expected from $ 9 billion to $ 10 billion this year, including more than $ 7 billion to develop electric vehicles as well as autonomous vehicles.
GM said the electric Silverado is expected to be able to run more than 400 miles (more than 640 km) on a full charge.
GM’s Factory Zero plant is expected to produce a variety of large electric trucks and other sport utility vehicles in the near future.