Here's the full list of features for the Silverado 3WT and 4WT, including all the RPO codes. Thanks for finding and sharing the PDF @nebula1701
Am I to understand that for a 400 mile range one will need to purchase a WT4 at more than $80,000?!?. If so, I am ready for my $100 reservation refund. C'mon GM, it has been a year since the Silverado EV reveal. Time to spill the beans on firm range and price options, order and delivery dates.
I think early Silverado EV marketing lured a lot of us in with the prospect of a $39,900 base model with a 400 mile range. When it became clear THAT wasn't to be, many in this forum mentioned they could maybe live with a $10,000 increase over base MSRP if it would get them 400 miles of range. NOW the indication is that 400 miles will more than DOUBLE the $39,900 base model price. Say what?!? No way I can afford that. I'm just a guy. The big lure of this truck was lots of range at a reasonable price point. Ultimately that is where the EV future has got to end up. So sorry to see that a reasonably priced Silverado EV with an industry leading range is nothing more than a GM marketing ruse. I feel pretty disappointed and strung along.A base Model X with 350 miles of range, seats 5, and has the ability to tow Class II loads with success (see the Tesla forums for convos there) will set you back $121k (before DFC). So yeah, a Silverado WT4 for $80k could be a bargain depending on how you spin it.
Heck, a $108k Sierra EV First Edition is a bargain when compared to the alternatives lol. The interior of a Model X is a minimalistic sad-face... not worth the $121k IMO.