Chevrolet took the wraps off a concept pickup truck powered by electricity and styled to look like a 1962 Chevy C-10.
According to published reports, the truck uses the company's two 400-volt Bolt EV batteries and produces 450 horsepower. The batteries rest in the truck bed, and produce 60 kWh each. Reports cite Chevy officials saying the truck will accelerate from 0 to 60 mph in 5 seconds.
TFLnow posted a walk-around video below.
According to a post on gmauthority.com citing Russ O'Blenes, director of performance variants, parts and motorsports:
“The E-10 Concept builds on the experience and momentum generated by last year’s eCOPO Concept, taking the idea of a ‘crate’ electric propulsion system further by leveraging actual production components. It’s all still in the testing stage, but this concept brings the electric option for hot rodders much closer to reality.”
Autoshow TV posted a look inside the truck.