Get to Know the All-Electric 2024 Chevy Silverado

Get to Know the All-Electric 2024 Chevy Silverado | Fort Stockton, TX

Put aside any preconceived notions that you may have about mild-mannered, low-performance EVs. The electrified 2024 Chevy Silverado delivers impressive capabilities and a vast amount of range. Here’s a look at some fast facts about the all-electric 2024 Chevy Silverado.

Remarkable range

When fully charged, the electric Silverado provides a target 400 miles of driving range.[1] And when it’s time to juice up the battery, this pickup’s standard DC fast-charging capabilities lets it regain up to 100 miles of range after just 10 minutes of charging.

Breathtaking power

When it comes to power, the Silverado EV delivers. Activate the available Wide Open Watts mode to tap into 664 horsepower and 780 lb-ft of torque, enabling you to launch from 0-60 mpg in just 4.5 seconds. Thanks to all that muscle, the new electric Silverado can haul 1,300 pounds of payload and tow a maximum of 10,000 pounds.

Tons of tech

Inside the cabin, you’ll find that the Silverado EV is designed to be your mobile command center. It comes equipped with a 17-inch- diagonal LCD freeform infotainment screen, accompanied by an 11-inch driver instrument display.

Can’t wait to get your very own all-electric 2024 Chevy Silverado? Reservations are open now. For more information, contact us at Amistad Motors or stop by our dealership in Fort Stockton, Texas.

[1] Range estimate based on current capability of analytical projection consistent with SAE J1634 revision 2017 – MCT. Actual range may vary based on several factors, including temperature, terrain, battery age, loading, and how you use and maintain your vehicle.  EPA estimates not yet available.

Silverado ZR2 and Colorado ZR2 Win Big at Cal City Desert Challenge

Silverado ZR2 and Colorado ZR2 Win Big at Cal City Desert Challenge | Ft. Stockton, TX

At the world-renowned Cal City Desert Challenge, the Chevrolet Silverado ZR2 and Colorado ZR2 once again triumphed in the Best in the Desert class championship. This win marks the fourth time in a row that the Colorado ZR2 has won the title. It’s also the second consecutive win for the Silverado ZR2. Both models were fielded by Chad Hall Racing, a team that tests and validates some of the best race-inspired Chevrolet accessories on the market.

Roger McCormack, the director of Accessories and Performance Parts Marketing at Chevrolet celebrated the big wins at the Best in the Desert Series. “The successes for both vehicles, which are very close to the production models, wouldn’t have been possible without the closely synced relationship between Chad Hall Racing and the Chevrolet engineering team,” he stated.

By racing these trucks, Chevrolet engineers can further refine their designs and validate performance-boosting accessories. For instance, the Colorado ZR2 race truck has been ground zero for testing 15 official accessories, including jounce shocks, long-travel leaf springs, and Multimatic long-travel DSSV dampers.

Want to get the most out of your truck? All of these enhancements are available through the parts and accessories department at Amistad Motors in Fort Stockton, Texas.

Chevy Beast Headlines Powerful Chevrolet Truck Lineup at SEMA Show

Chevy Beast Headlines Powerful Chevrolet Truck Lineup at SEMA Show | Fort Stockton, TX

The power, capability, and toughness of Chevrolet’s truck lineup was on full display last month at one of the auto industry’s biggest annual showcases.

Without a doubt, the Chevy Beast off-road concept was one of the most exciting vehicles on display at the SEMA Show in Las Vegas. This mighty truck boasts a 650-horsepower supercharged Chevrolet Performance engine and impressive desert-running capabilities.

The Chevy Beast sits on a modified Silverado chassis and incorporates a special off-road suspension, a widened track, and lightweight body customization. A two-speed transfer case and 37-inch off-road tires make the Beast even more capable.

The design of the Chevy Beast is equally impressive, featuring touches like tubular doors, a clamshell hood and custom grille, Recaro® performance seats, and dual 7-inch screens.

The Beast wasn’t the only Chevy truck making a splash at SEMA. The all-new 2022 Silverado ZR2 showed off its incredible off-road-ready features and design, including a factory lift, Multimatic DSSV® dampers, and high-approach bumpers. Another 2022 Silverado model, the High Country Midnight concept, presented blacked-out accents and features like 22-inch black wheels, a power tonneau cover, and a KICKER® tailgate audio system.

SEMA attendees also had the opportunity to check out models like the Silverado 3500HD Hoonigan concept, Colorado ZR2 Extreme Off-Road, and the Tahoe Z71 Overlanding concept. If you’re interested in driving a capable, powerful Chevy truck of your own, come check out the lineup at Amistad Motors in Fort Stockton, Texas. From the Colorado to the Silverado HD to the upcoming redesigned 2022 Silverado 1500, we’ve got a truck here for everyone.

2022 Chevrolet Silverado Gets Even Smarter and Tougher

2022 Chevrolet Silverado Gets Even Smarter and Tougher | Fort Stockton, TX

The Chevrolet Silverado 1500 is one of the smartest, toughest, and most capable trucks available — and now it’s refreshed and better than ever for 2022.

New for 2022, the Silverado boasts a more powerful standard 2.7-liter turbo engine, and the available 3.0-liter Duramax® Turbo-Diesel can tow an extra 4,000 pounds (for a total of 13,300 pounds).

The new-look exterior of the 2022 Silverado includes new grille and front fascia designs to go with available daytime running lamps with animated light sequences that activate when you approach the truck or walk away from it.

Inside, the 2022 Silverado is available with a new 13.4-inch touch screen and 12.3-inch digital cluster, plus built-in, voice-activated access to convenient features like Google Assistant and Google Maps. The center console has also been redesigned to be more useful.

For the first time ever, the Silverado will be available with cutting-edge Super Cruise driving tech. This system even lets you tow a trailer while driving hands-free, and it’s fully integrated with the Silverado’s many other advanced towing features.

Perhaps most exciting of all, there’s an all-new ZR2 off-road trim in the 2022 Silverado lineup. This truck delivers 420 horsepower with its 6.2-liter V8, comes equipped with a specially tuned suspension and Multimatic DSSV™ dampers, and shows off rugged features like a skid plate package and 33-inch off-road tires.

You won’t have to wait much longer to experience the upgraded 2022 Chevrolet Silverado 1500—we’re expecting it to arrive this spring here at Amistad Motors in Fort Stockton, Texas.

What We Know About the 2023 Chevy Silverado EV

The all-new Chevy Silverado EV is expected to debut as a 2023 model with sales of the electric truck to start in early 2024. Here is what we know about the first-ever all-electric Silverado truck’s predicted range, power, and features.

The Silverado EV will be equipped with General Motors’ Ultium battery technology that has a substantial battery pack capacity of up to 200 kWh. This first-of-its-kind capacity is expected to elicit a projected driving range of up to 400 miles per charge.[1] However, range will vary based on how you drive and what you tow.

Experts are predicting that the Silverado EV will have one, two, or three electric motors — depending on trim level. You can look forward to combined ratings as high as 1,000 horsepower as a result. Though it have not released full specs, Chevrolet touts the Ultium platform will warrant “exhilarating torque.”

While believed to likely have standard all-wheel-drive, the Silverado EV is confirmed to feature a four-wheel steering system. This system will allow faster, tighter turning responsiveness and better performance over rough terrain. We also know the electric truck will sport 24-inch wheels.

Our team at Amistad Motors in Fort Stockton, Texas, will keep you updated as more information becomes available on the upcoming 2023 Chevy Silverado EV.

[1] Per Car and Driver; visit https://www.caranddriver.com/news/a31226611/gm-ultium-electric-vehicle-battery-revealed for more information.