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Reserve Silverado EV


The future is electric and no less than your favorite truck getting an electric overhaul is tantamount to that. The Chevrolet Silverado EV will be the second electric truck for General Motors. This truck has been designed as an electric vehicle from the ground up, The First-Ever All-Electric Silverado will harness the power of the Ultium Platform. It is GM’s electric solution for the future — making electric propulsion, exhilarating torque, and zero-emission driving possible.



Electric vehicle technology has rapidly progressed over recent years, with new and previously inconceivable innovations helping drive this new way to view transportation in a modern world. With quantum leaps in electric motor and battery cell high-tech mechanics, automotive OEMs across the globe are racing to switch their model line focus to specialize in electricity as opposed to gasoline combustion.

A key component to the success of any electric vehicle lies in its’ battery capabilities. Liquid Lithium-Ion batteries are one such preferred battery tech that can be found in many electric vehicles. Lithium ions move from the negative electrode through an electrolyte to the positive electrode during discharge, and back the opposite way when charging. Li-on batteries utilize use an intercalated lithium compound as the material at the positive electrode and usually graphite at the negative electrode. Another emerging battery type used in some newer models are considered Solid-State, which use thin layers of solid electrolytes to pass lithium ions between negative and positive electrodes. With solid-state batteries being as much as eight times more expensive to produce, and hard to build at scale, these batteries will more likely be reserved for luxury electric vehicles.


In addition to hybrid vehicles and fully electric vehicles, there is a third breed of new electric vehicle technology: The Plug-in Hybrid.

What is the difference between a fully electric vehicles, a standard hybrid and a plug-in hybrid? Like hybrid vehicles, plug-in hybrids have both electric and gas motor. The major difference is that on a plug-in hybrid, the gas motor is held in reserve in case your battery runs out of change. In other respects, a plug-in hybrid functions more like a fully electric vehicles, in that it primarily relies on an electric motor, powered by a large battery that you plug in to charge.


• Primary propulsion: electric motor, supplementary gas motor
• Fuel: Electric battery, backup gas fuel tank available
• Range: Battery range + gas fuel tank


• Primary propulsion: electric motor
• Fuel: Electric battery
• Range: Battery range


• Primary propulsion: electric motor, supplementary electric motor
• Fuel: Gas, supplementary passive-charging battery
• Range: Gas fuel tank range