Yesterday, GMC finally revealed 2024 Sierra EV, an electric pickup truck that promises 754 horsepower and a range of 400 km. At least for now, it’s only available in one configuration: the Denali Edition 1. The $107,000 comes fully loaded.
Carscoops confirmed to GMC that Order books have been closed, although interested buyers can still join the waiting list. It’s unclear exactly how many bookings there are or how long it might take for GMC to work on the waitlist, but don’t expect it to start taking bookings again anytime soon. The first Sierra EVs are expected to hit dealerships through early 2024.
The good news is that, unlike some other automakers that have promised their electric trucks will be available as of 2019, those who pre-order can be confident that GMC will actually deliver their Sierra EV when they arrive. they said.
Considering the demand for trucks, including electric vehicles like the Ford F-150 Lightning and Rivian R1T, it’s not surprising that so many people are interested in the Sierra EV. Especially with 400-mile range and enough power to hit 60 mph in 4.5 seconds. But $107,000 is a lot of money. It’s definitely more than I earn in a year. Reality is way, way more. And the booking list is literally filled in a day. This is crazy.
If you like the look of Sierra EV but don’t like it “Six figures for a truck,” do not worry. GMC says there are two cheaper versions available, with the base version starting at around $50,000. That’s still a lot of money, but it’s certainly a more reasonable price tag than the $107,000 Sierra EV Denali Edition 1.