Today, the American automobile manufacturer, Chevrolet Solode EV, revealed that it is about to debut, and battery life will exceed 644km, capable of all-wheel steering come next year. A report from foreign media shows that the Chevrolet Solode EV version will be officially unveiled at the International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas in January 2022.
The Ford F-150 Lightning will be its name. Fierce competitors. According to reports, Doug Parks, GM’s Executive Vice President of Global Product Development, previously claimed that production of the Chevrolet Solode EV would begin in early 2023.
The Chevrolet Solode EV has a hard-core pickup truck appearance, with a closed grille design on the front face, a black Chevrolet “Cross” LOGO, and a through-type daytime running light strip of which are easily identifiable. The new car has a strong sense of muscle on the side of the body, with a straight waistline from front to back.
Previously, we saw in the official preview of the car that the new car has a panoramic sunroof design, and the interior control position matches a large-size screen, which looks a little like a new curved screen shape and is packed with technology.
According to reports, the Chevrolet Solode EV will be built on GM’s Altec platform, have a cruising range of more than 644 Km, and have all-wheel drive and all-wheel steering.
The Chevrolet Solode EV will be built in Detroit, Michigan at the Hamtramck Zero facility. Several other models based on the Autotron platform will be produced at the same time, including two GMC Hummer electric cars (pickup and SUV) and GM’s Cruise Origin self-driving electric car.
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