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Chevy Unveils 1962 “E-10” Electric Concept at SEMA

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Electric cars are here to stay, so where are the electric trucks? That question has been answered as Chevrolet unveils their 1962 E-10 electric concept at SEMA.

Using the guts from the latest Chevy Bolt EV, two 60 kWh batteries are mounted in the bed. Giving a combined 120 kWh at 400 volts, it has more capacity than any production electric vehicle. Two electric motors are double-stacked under the hood. They send 450 horsepower to a 4L75-E four-speed automatic transmission.

The batteries, motors and HV hardware will comprise the new eCrate powertrain. Imagine having 20 more kilowatts than a Tesla Model S P100d packaged in a classic Chevy. The possibilities are endless! Find your C-10 by clicking the button above and stay with us for more SEMA coverage.