2024 GMC Sierra EV: $100k Electric Pickup Truck Loaded With Features

 

GMC’s electric Sierra pickup is unveiled, and it has an array of features to boot. While it is only offered in one trim for the first year, orders may have piled up already.

 

 

Launching with the Denali Edition 1 as its only variant, it’s priced at $108,695. Other trims will be available in 2025. It makes use of two motors, each on the front and back, totalling up to 754 horsepower and 785 pound-feet of torque, capable of a 4.5 second 0-60 mph sprint. It also has air suspension and borrows something from the electric Hummer; the crabwalk feature, where both front and back wheels turn to face the same way, allowing for literal sideways movement.

 

 

Adaptive driving modes and regenerative braking is also available, with a towing capacity of 4.3 tons. It also has a quirky mid-gate, where a part of the wall that separates the cabin and the bed can be opened for storing longer objects, like surfboards. And because it has no engine up front like a traditional truck would, it also has a large ‘frunk’. The MultiPro tailgate can drop down and offers more than 3 meters of storing capacity. There is also the Power Station Pro, which stores 10.2 kW of electricity separately through 10 outlets. You can also charge other EVs with it.

 

 

Inside, it features a 16.8 inch touchscreen infotainment system with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. As you would expect, the gauge cluster is also digital, being a 11 inch display. There’s a panoramic roof and a wireless charging port; seemingly a necessity for most EVs nowadays.

 

 

Quite pricey for a truck, but it’s electric and it has all the things stated onboard. Two more years and you’ll get the less expensive options. It also has partial autonomous driving capabilities, with the Super Cruise hands-free driving system. It’s a luxurious electric crew cab, one that’s quite the macho-looker.

 

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