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The SUV version of the open bed truck.

Expected to arrive in early 2023 with 830 HP, the Edition 1 will deliver an estimated 300 mile range, hit 60 mph from a dead stop in 3.5 seconds (just a half second slower than the pickup), and will retail for $105,595. Its 20-module Ultium battery pack will provide power to a trio of motors mounted on the front and rear axles and support 800V charging at up 300 kW. 22-inch rims come standard. An Edition 1 with the optional Extreme Off-Road package will cost $110,595 and offer 18-inch wheels with 35-inch tires, underbody armor, front eLocker and virtual rear lockers, as well as GM's UltraVision camera system.

The $99,995 EV3X will follow in the spring of 2023 with all the same specs as the Edition 1 but not the bragging rights of having one of the first.

The $89,995 EV2X will also hit dealerships in spring 2023 and offer up to 625 HP with 7,400 lbf of torque generated from a pair of axle-mounted motors and powered by the 20-module battery pack. There's no word yet on its 0-60 time.

Finally, the $79,995 EV2 will arrive in spring 2024 and provide 250 miles of range from a 400V, 16-module battery though you will be able to opt for the 800V 20-module pack which pushes the range back up to 300-plus miles as well.


 
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The battery capacity must be enormous to get that kind of range out of such a heavy, unaerodynamic vehicle.
 

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The battery capacity must be enormous to get that kind of range out of such a heavy, unaerodynamic vehicle.
More details will be coming I'm sure
 
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