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All the months of promotion videos are getting tiresome. At this point all I want to know is prices and specs for the Silverado EV. When it comes to towing, tell me what the range is while towing the 7,700 load. I don't buy "awesome". I am an educated, environmentally conscious consumer who is focused on range, price, public charging options, and vehicle features. And GM is competing with others for my business. So enough of the hype already, time to get real with details please.
 

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All the months of promotion videos are getting tiresome. At this point all I want to know is prices and specs for the Silverado EV. When it comes to towing, tell me what the range is while towing the 7,700 load. I don't buy "awesome". I am an educated, environmentally conscious consumer who is focused on range, price, public charging options, and vehicle features. And GM is competing with others for my business. So enough of the hype already, time to get real with details please.
In the automotive space, being real doesn't sell product. Teasing people with marketing puffery is the time tested way to get excitement and purchase intent without actually delivering real-world results. By using hype as the primary seller, the thing that could let you down more than the behavior of "GM's promotion machine" is going to be the the actual performance and cost of a Silverado EV.




That charge port location is going to be an issue when towing.
And that trailer being towed is going to be an issue while charging at normal stall-charging-spots.

The best solution to this circular logic problem has been solved by the Ford engineers.
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