2024 Chevy Silverado EV

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Silverado EV vs. Ford F-150 Lightning

See How the First-Ever Chevy Silverado EV Stacks Up Against the Ford F-150 Lightning

All-electric trucks will soon be a hit across Wisconsin, which is why we want Milwaukee motorists to know what makes the first-ever Chevrolet Silverado EV the best of the bunch. Before reserving this all-electric pickup at Andrew Chevrolet, see how the 2024 Chevy Silverado EV compares to another EV, the Ford F-150 Lightning.

Silverado EV vs. F-150 Lightning Performance

It's also easier to charge your Silverado EV around Milwaukee. In 10 minutes, Glendale drivers can get an extra 100 miles of battery range. Using a Level 1 or Level 2 charger at your Waukesha home, it's easy to reach a full charge overnight. Most Ford Charge Station Pro's with 80 amps add 30 miles of range each hour.

Rechargeable Battery

Milwaukee motorists get more power from Chevrolet's all-electric truck, which can tow 10,000 to 20,000 pounds, thanks to 660 horsepower and 780 pound-feet of torque. The Lightning counters with a maximum towing rating of 10,000 pounds, while producing 563 horsepower and 775 pound-feet of torque.

Silverado EV vs. F-150 Lightning Design

Get more out of your truck bed in the Silverado EV, which can house 10-foot-long objects with the Multi-Flex Midgate feature. This utility feature lets long materials pass through the Multi-Flex Tailgate and load stop. Even the 60/40 flip-and-fold seat can be counted on to fit nine-foot-long objects in a 71-inch truck bed.

If Waukesha drivers want more space, they'll find it in the frunk. Both electric pickups feature a front-end trunk, but the Lightning doesn't offer the same truck bed utility as the Silverado EV.

Chevrolet's EV is built on the Ultium all-new battery platform, which creates better force, power, and flexibility. The Silverado EV also has design touches not seen on the Lightning, including 24-inch aluminum wheels, a panoramic fixed glass roof, and modern lighting.


Ford Co-Pilot360™ 2.0 features several driver assists for the Lightning, but the Silverado EV matches that safety presence with the standard Chevy Safety Assist and the following features:

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

Chevrolet's truck offers hands-free towing from Milwaukee to Chicago with Super Cruise™ Driver Assistance Technology. The tech setup is also better in the Silverado EV, which displays a 17-inch diagonal free-form screen with Google built-in connectivity compared to the Lightning's SYNC® 4 Technology and a 15.5-inch portrait touchscreen.

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