GM Already Has Received 110,000 Silverado EV Pre-orders

GM is showing impressive growth with EVs across categories.

By Sahil Gupta


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Published on February 3, 2022

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  • GM now has 110,000 Silverado EV preorders
  • Silverado is GMs most popular car
  • It also has 59,000 preorders for the Hummer EV Pickup

General Motors has revealed that it has already received 110,000 Silverado EV pre-orders which is now its most successful EV production of all time. "More than 110,000 Silverado EVs are reserved so far, including reservations from more than 240 fleet operators, and the numbers keep growing," GM revealed in its Q4 earnings call. 

While this is an impressive start for the EV which was first shown off at CES earlier this year. This number still is lower than 200,000 preorders for the Ford F-150 Lightning which will be its main rival. That being said, the Ford was announced and showcased more than six months ago so GM has shown an impressive pace. 


2024 GMC Hummer EV SUV will come next year 

On top of this GM also announced that the Hummer EV Pickup whose deliveries started in December has close to 59,000 reservations. "Customer reaction to the GMC HUMMER EV Pickup is overwhelming. GMC HUMMER EV Pickups are on their way to customers-with close to 59K reservations for the pickup and SUV," said the Detroit-based carmaker. 


This will be the first GM commercial vehicle to use its Ultium batteries

Its BrightDrop electric truck business has also been doing well. Its EV600 and EV410 electric delivery vans have scored more than 25,000 preorders. 

"Some of the world's largest fleet customers, including FedEx Express, Merchants Fleet and Walmart, are adopting BrightDrop's electric vehicles and technology to make their delivery operations more efficient. All told, we have more than 25,000 production reservations for BrightDrop cargo vans," GM revealed. 

For BrightDrop GM will be adding production capacity in its CAMI plant in Canada in late 2022. It wants an annual capacity of 30,000 units and wants to double the number by mid-decade. All of GM's EV will be based on its Ultium batteries. 

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