2023 GMC Sierra EV reveals its futuristic front end


  • GMC has unveiled the front end of the 2023 Sierra EV, an electric pickup truck.
  • Like the gasoline equivalents, the Sierra is likely to be mechanically identical to the upcoming Silverado EV.
  • GMC will unveil the truck in its entirety in 2022 and plans to build it in Michigan.

    GMC seeks to be the first automaker to sell not one, but two electric pickup trucks. The 2023 GMC Sierra EV is set to join the existing GMC Hummer EV soon, and now we know what its front end will look like thanks to this teaser photo. With a locked-in grille and futuristic lighting setup, the electric version of this pickup will likely look a lot more futuristic than the gas-powered Sierra.

    Like the Hummer EV and the closely related Chevy Silverado EV which is also set to debut in 2022, the Sierra Electric will use GM’s Ultium batteries which are expected to provide up to 400 miles of range. Much of the information about the Silverado EV that Chevy has shared, such as its fixed glass roof and rear-wheel steering setup, should apply to the GMC model as well. As you might expect, the GMC EV will offer a high-end Denali trim level.

    We don’t have an exact reveal date for the Sierra EV just yet, but we hope it will debut in the first half of 2022. GMC plans to build it alongside the Hummer and Silverado at its Factory Zero plant in the next year. Michigan.

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