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Electric Silverado To Have 4-Wheel Steer

Chevrolet today revealed the Silverado electric pickup will drive circles around the competition, and with the addition of available Four-Wheel Steer and 24-inch wheels, it will turn circles inside them, too. Four-Wheel Steer is a chassis feature that enables the vehicle to steer all four wheels, enabling increased agility and tighter turning radius at low speeds, improved handling, and stability at higher speeds, as well as great trailering dynamics.

Available Four-Wheel Steer is a chassis feature that allows the vehicle to steer all four wheels, enabling increased agility and tighter turning radius at low speeds, improved handling and stability at higher speeds, as well as great trailering dynamics. So you can turn circles – tight circles – around obstacles.

Four-Wheel Steer is not something that is new to the automotive world and has been brought up already through General Motors. The all-new Hummer EV will have Four-Wheel Steer and it looks like GM is sharing the technology amongst its brands.

The All-Electric Silverado, powered by Ultium, has been engineered to deliver pure electric power. It will be manufactured at Factory Zero, a plant purpose-built to produce electric vehicles. Join us on this unprecedented ride as more information is revealed about the first-ever electric truck from Chevrolet.

Designed as an EV from the ground up, the Silverado electric pickup harnesses the best of the Ultium Platform and Silverado’s proven capability. The fleet and retail versions of the electric Silverado will offer customers a variety of options and are expected to be in high demand. Customers can receive the latest updates on the electric Silverado on the electric Silverado website.

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