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Just looking at two people in the cab you can tell how big this thing is. I mean looking at the prototypes and dimensions is one thing but seeing people in there puts it into perspective.
 

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Just looking at two people in the cab you can tell how big this thing is. I mean looking at the prototypes and dimensions is one thing but seeing people in there puts it into perspective.
FWIW, the male passenger is Matt Miller. He is maybe 5 feet 7 inches tall. so he's probably not the best person to be a proxy for interior roominess.

However, I do know one of the benefits of buying a Detroit-engineered vehicles is the interior engineers design the packaging around larger sizes compared to the Japanese and European counterparts. IIRC GM's target male for Trucks and D-segment vehicles is like 6 feet 1 inches and 215 lbs. So if you're about that size you should feel great in any Silverado EV.

Of course, larger and smaller people can still fit, but the distance to reach buttons and general confort/support start to feel a bit different for those larger/smaller folks.
 

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The dip they went through at about the three second mark makes it look like the suspension is pretty stiff. A lot like my wife's MME. Probably a function of the overall vehicle weight due to the battery pack.
 
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