New electric trucks comparable to the 2024 Chevrolet Silverado EV include the Ford F-150 Lightning, Tesla Cybertruck, Rivian R1T, GMC Hummer EV and the upcoming GMC Sierra EV. All have their strengths and weaknesses and here you can find some info on how they compare:
"For example, and we need to also include Tesla’s delayed Cybertruck into the fold, there’s a big argument in terms of pricing. Before the California-based, sorry Austin, Texas-based automaker pulled its Cybertruck off the online portal, pricing was entirely comparable with the 2024 Silverado EV WT. They were both a smidge below the $40k mark, just like Ford’s 2022 F-150 Lightning Pro. With a slight advantage for the 39,900 MSRP envisioned by GM.

Meanwhile, Rivian’s R1T is creeping way closer to GMC’s Hummer EV. The Explore Package kicks off at $65,700, while the most affordable electric truck from GMC will be the $79,995 Hummer EV2 from spring 2024. Then, we need to take into account payload and towing capabilities if we are to be thorough. Interestingly, those will be heavily influenced by a simple calculus. Do owners want the hauling goodness or the expected range?

Unfortunately, these three values will be heavily influenced by each other (and then some more factors). So, it really does not matter if Chevrolet has a 200-kWh battery pack as per rumors. Against a smaller capacity from F-150 Lightning and R1T and higher option from Tesla’s Cybertruck. It all boils down to how fast the battery pack can be replenished (350 kW) and how a range of factors, including weather (for example), will influence the touted up to 400 miles (644 km) of range on a single charge.

That key combined aspect will only become apparent once every player is out into the world. So, we are in for a long haul before we can say if the Ultium-equipped Silverado EV (and Sierra EV, and Hummer EV) is better or worse than any of its direct or indirect competitors. Subjectively, it’s anyone’s choice. Some will love the fashionable Hummer EV. Others will go for the new kid on the block.

Which, for once, is not Tesla’s Cybertruck. But Rivian’s R1T model. And logic tells us that when it comes to regular, pickup truck-loving folk, both Ford and Chevy have an advantage over Tesla. That would be the eagerness to remain true to their core design strengths.

So, I reckon that affordable EV truck sales will see Ford and Chevy/GMC duke it out for eternal glory. Logic also dictates that we keep an eye out for Stellantis’ EV moves. Then it’s a fight for standing out in various fashionista crowds between Cybertruck, Hummer EV, and the new outsider called R1T."