GM shows a Chevy electric mini truck concept to a select group of people behind closed doors. General Motors and Chevrolet did not release any images of specifications about this concept. The rendering you see here is done by Carscoops. The rendering is NOT endorsed by Chevrolet or General Motors.
This is an early exploratory design study, so don’t read too much into it. Chevrolet aims to gauge interest from industry insiders about the feasibility of such a little pickup. The concept is described as a compact or sub-compact two-door pickup with a bed that is between 4 – 4.5 feet in length. The concept is described as smaller than a Ford Maverick or a Hyundai Santa Cruz. It is also all-electric. It’s based on GM’s scalable Ultium EV architecture that allows designers to make vehicles of various sizes and shapes.
Why make such a small pickup? Well, the idea is to keep the entry price low. Such a vehicle could potentially start at under $30,000, barring any major economic changes.
Please let us know what you think about such a mini truck. Should Chevrolet pursue this further and take it to production? Should Chevrolet modify the concept to include four doors?