General Motors (GM) announced today they have already received more than 110,000 reservations for the upcoming Chevy Silverado EV.
The new figures were released when the automaker announced the Q4 2021 and full year earnings report this afternoon.
“More than 110,000 Silverado EVs are reserved so far, including reservations from more than 240 fleet operators, and the numbers keep growing,” said GM.
The Silverado EV was first announced on January 5, 2022, and is scheduled to launch in spring 2023.
The first version to be released will be the Silverado EV Work Truck (WT), which is primarily aimed at fleet customers.
Those wanting the consumer version will have to wait until 2024 to get their hands on the Silverado EV RST First Edition.
They will need the extra time to save up the money as the electric truck will be priced at $105,000 USD.
According to GM, all of the First Edition Silverado EVs have been accounted for with reservations selling out in just 12 minutes last month.
Both trucks will be based on GM’s Ultium platform and will have an estimated 400 mile (643km) range on a full charge.
It will also feature impressive performance with 664 horsepower and more than 780lb-ft of torque, equating to an estimated 4.5 second 0-6omph time
Towing capacity will be up to 10,000lbs, along with a maximum payload capacity of 1,300lbs (589kg).