2024 Chevy Silverado EV

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Silverado EV vs. Ford F-150 Lightning

See How the All-New Chevy Silverado EV Stacks Up Against the Ford F-150 Lightning, Another All-Electric Truck

Now that New York drivers can electrify their towing and payload tasks, they need to decide which all-electric truck is built to handle each job. Read about the first-ever Silverado EV and how this all-electric Chevrolet pickup compares to the Ford F-150 Lightning. Then reserve the 2024 Chevrolet Silverado EV through Mangino Chevrolet.

Chevy Silverado EV vs. Ford F-150 Lightning Performance

New York drivers want to be able to haul their payload to Albany or Syracuse without stopping. They can travel longer on a single charge with the Silverado EV, which offers 400 miles of all-electric range.

The Ford F-150 Lightning's range maxes at 300 miles, and its standard battery pack is rated for 230 miles.

Fulton County drivers can charge a Silverado EV faster, as DC Public Fast Charging Stations can add 100 miles in 10 minutes. With 120- to 240-volt outlets, your Silverado EV can replenish its range in no time. The Lightning adds 30 miles of range each hour at an 80-amp Ford Charge Station Pro.

Rechargeable Battery

Amsterdam, NY drivers will also admire the Silverado EV's Available Four-Corner Air Ride Adaptive Suspension and 4.5-second zero to 60 speed. The Lightning offers standard 4x4 capability and various drive modes but can't top the Silverado's performance features.

Towing Capacity

The Silverado EV doubles the Lightning's towing capacity, as Chevrolet's all-electric pickup will offer a WT model capable of towing 20,000 pounds. Both EVs boast a 10,000-pound max towing rating, but the Silverado delivers superior performance ratings at 660 horsepower and 780 pound-feet of torque, compared to the Lightning's respective ratings of 563 and 775.

Silverado EV vs. F-150 Lightning Design

Ford's EVs don't use the Silverado's all-new battery platform, Ultium, which provides better power, force, and flexibility. Both electric pickups have a frunk, and the Lightning can hold a 400-pound payload, but the Silverado looks to have more room than 14.1 cubic feet.

The Lightning does have an innovative Tailgate Work Surface, but the Silverado EV's six-foot standard truck bed offers superior cargo solutions. In the Silverado EV, Schenectady motorists can use the Multi-Flex Midgate, which passes through the Multi-Flex Tailgate and load stop, to fit objects more than 10 feet long. Objects measuring nine feet also fit easily in the Silverado EV's back end, thanks to 60/40 flip-and-fold seats.

Fultonville drivers won't find 24-inch aluminum wheels or a panoramic fixed glass roof in the Lightning, but they will in the Silverado EV.


Silverado EV vs. F-150 Lightning Technology

Ford Co-Pilot360™ 2.0 and Chevy Safety Assist are both standard safety suites with driver-assist technologies. The Silverado EV's safety package includes:

  • Automatic Emergency Braking
  • Front Pedestrian Braking
  • Lane Keep Assist with Lane Departure Warning
  • Forward Collision Alert
  • IntelliBeam® High Beam Assist
  • Following Distance Indicator

Both EVs offer hands-free driving and towing capability. The Lightning features Ford BlueCruise, while the Silverado EV showcases Super Cruise™ Driver Assistance Technology. Other tech highlights include the Lightning's SYNC® 4 Technology and the Silverado EV's Ultifi with Google built-in. Johnstown drivers will enjoy that the Silverado EV has a larger 17-inch diagonal free-form screen, besting the Lightning's 15.5-inch portrait touchscreen.

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