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First Drive: 2024 Chevrolet Silverado EV RST First Edition

First Drive: 2024 Chevrolet Silverado EV RST First Edition

After an unexpectedly long wait, Chevrolet finally brings the retail version of its new, all-electric pickup to market with the arrival of the 2024 Silverado EV RST. The initial First Edition package is loaded with an array of features that should  grab potential buyers’ attention. It’s now the longest-range EV pickup on the market at up to 440 miles per charge, and delivers up to 750 hp in WOW mode. It’s also targeted at those with deep pockets – until later, more affordable trims arrive. Here’s our review of the 2024 Chevrolet Silverado EV RST First Edition.

Could the Next Ram TRX go All-Electric?

Could the Next Ram TRX go All-Electric?

The Ram brand launched the latest version of the full-size 1500 pickup today, the Ram 1500 RHO delivering a mix of dragstrip performance and extreme off-road capabilities. But it’s not a replacement for the even more formidable Ram TRX, officials stressed. We’ll have to wait a few years for that ultimate version of the Ram 1500. But when it does arrive it could deliver an electrifying surprise, reports Headlight.News.

These Are the Greenest – and Meanest – Vehicles You Can Buy

These Are the Greenest – and Meanest – Vehicles You Can Buy

Looking for an environmentally friendly vehicle? You have more options than ever before. That includes a flood of new battery-electric vehicles, as you might expect, but if you’re still reluctant to go with an EV you still have plenty to choose from. In fact, the top-ranked model in the 2024 GreenerCars list is a plug-in hybrid, and even some products running solely on gasoline do well in the annual study. Better yet, there are plenty of affordable options. But there also are some surprises, as Headlight.News reports.

GM Pushes Back Sale of Midsize Trucks Due to Software Issue

GM Pushes Back Sale of Midsize Trucks Due to Software Issue

General Motors put a halt to the sale and delivery of its 2024 Chevrolet Colorado and GMC Canyon midsize pickups after a software glitch was discovered. The company is fixing the problem and expects to lift the hold soon. It’s the second major software problem to halt a high-profile vehicle. The stop sale hasn’t yet been lifted on the Chevy Blazer EV. Get details at Headlight.News.

Rivian Announces March 7 Reveal for Lower-Priced R2 Line

Rivian Announces March 7 Reveal for Lower-Priced R2 Line

Rivian plans to take a step closer to becoming a full-line automaker next month, the automaker confirming it will reveal its R2 line on March 7. Smaller than the existing R1T pickup and R1S SUV, the R2 models also will be more affordable, officials last year indicating they could start around $40,000. Get the details at Headlight.News.

Ford Debuting Two Off-Road EVs, Mustang Mach-E Rally and Lightning Switchgear, at Chicago Auto Show

Ford Debuting Two Off-Road EVs, Mustang Mach-E Rally and Lightning Switchgear, at Chicago Auto Show

Ford may be slowing its $11-billion EV investment program but it’s still rolling out new entries, and two of them will make their debut at the Chicago Auto Show this coming week. Notably, both the Mustang Mach-E Rally and F-150 Lightning Switchgear take aim at those looking for off-road-capable battery-electric vehicles, a growing EV niche. See the story at Headlight.News.

Jeep, Dodge, GMC, VW and Toyota All Increase Prices on 2024 Vehicles

Jeep, Dodge, GMC, VW and Toyota All Increase Prices on 2024 Vehicles

After watching prices on new vehicles come down over the course of 2023, several brands rolled out price increases on their 2024 models. Jeep, Dodge, Toyota, Volkswagen and GMC all hiked prices from as little as $150 to more than $4,000 — although GMC did cut the price on one vehicle. Find out more at Headlight.News.