One of the most well-liked vehicles in America right now is the Chevy Silverado, and many people like utilising their Silverados for work.

Here is a glimpse at the highly awaited 2024 Chevy Silverado EV and the features that are included with the Work Truck level.

The Chevrolet Silverado is currently a really good work truck. Although it doesn't have any frills inside and costs around $33,000

it is more than capable of carrying out its function. Chevy altered a few options and gave the Silverado a small facelift for the 2022 model year.

There are now two engine choices available for the Silverado, specifically for the Work Truck trim. The 2.7-liter turbocharged I4 base engine produces 310 hp

The Silverado can tow roughly 9,500 pounds with the regular turbocharged engine and 11,500 pounds with the V8.

The Chevy Silverado EV Work Truck model, according to The Drive, is unexpectedly weaker and more basic than its more costly versions. 

The Silverado EV Work Truck, on the other hand, has a payload capability of just roughly 1,200 pounds.

With the help of PowerBase, owners of the Silverado EV will be able to supply electricity to a workplace, a house, or even another EV.

The Ford F-150 Lightning's comparable feature can only transfer 9.6 kW of electricity, whereas PowerBase can spread 10.2 kW.

The battery is where the Silverado EV Work Truck excels. Despite having a 200-kWh battery, the Work Truck trim is projected to cost around $40,000. 

This enables it to achieve a range that is around 400 miles, which is much more than what the majority of EVs now get.