2024 Chevrolet Silverado EV

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Silverado EV vs. Ford F-150 Lightning


Compare the Ford F-150 Lightning to the First-Ever Chevy Silverado EV

As pure electric pickups become more popular among EVs, Oregon drivers need to know what makes the all-new 2024 Chevrolet Silverado EV the best truck of them all. Before Beaverton customers reserve the first-ever Silverado EV through Carr Chevrolet, they can take a moment to see how Chevrolet's electrified truck compares to a top competitor, the Ford F-150 Lightning.

Silverado EV vs. F-150 Lightning Performance

No matter where you're headed across the Pacific Northwest, the Chevrolet Silverado EV has the range and the muscle to take you there. With an all-electric range of 400 miles, Portland motorists can travel from the Rose City up to Seattle or all the way south to Salem, Eugene, or Medford on a single charge. The Ford F-150 Lightning's battery lasts for 300 miles, and this EV's standard range is 230 miles.

Towing Capacity

Camping and hiking in the Cascades? Tow your camper with ease thanks to the 20,000-pound maximum towing capacity of the Chevy Silverado EV. Base models can tow 10,000 pounds, which matches the Lightning's max towing rating.

Horsepower and Torque

The Silverado EV also produces more power for Portland drivers, with 660 horsepower and 780 pound-feet of torque, compared to the Lightning's 563 ponies and 775 pound-feet of torque.

If not charging at their Beaverton home with a Level 1 or Level 2 charger, Oregon drivers can add 100 miles of range in 10 minutes to their Silverado EV. The Lightning adds only 55 miles every 10 minutes at DC Fast Charging stations around Portland and only 30 miles each hour with an 80-amp Ford Charge Station Pro.

Silverado EV vs. F-150 Lightning Design

A 71-inch standard truck bed in the Chevy Silverado EV can carry objects that are 10 feet long. How? The Multi-Flex Midgate makes it easy for long objects to rest in the bed after passing through the Multi-Flex Tailgate and load stop. Hillsboro drivers also have the 60/40 flip-and-fold seat to fit objects that are nine feet long.

The Lightning does offer a similar frunk like the Silverado EV, but it can't match the truck bed utility of Chevrolet's all-electric pickup. The Silverado EV also provides unique design features like a panoramic fixed glass roof, modern lighting, and 24-inch aluminum wheels. With the all-new Ultium battery platform, the Silverado EV's structure is different, too, creating more power, force, and flexibility.

Silverado EV vs. F-150 Lightning Technology

A superior tech setup will intrigue Tigard drivers, who get a 17-inch diagonal free-form screen with Google built-in connectivity in the Silverado EV. The Lightning has a smaller 15.5-inch portrait touchscreen with SYNC® 4 Technology.

While the Lightning offers Ford Co-Pilot360™ 2.0, the Silverado EV features Super Cruise™ Driver Assistance Technology for hands-free towing between Portland and Vancouver, in addition to the standard Chevy Safety Assist suite, offering:

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

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    Beaverton, OR 97006

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