When you see the Hummer EV hit the streets, you might notice that it has four wheels that will move in different directions. Meanwhile, elsewhere in the GMC family, you may see a similar effect in the Chevy Silverado. The vehicle itself will be adding the four-wheel-steering capability to the trucks you may notice in its’ family soon. It’s not necessarily the same effect that the Hummer EV is showing off, but it is a display of similar strength for the steering capacity.
It’s not quite like “crab walk” really and yet the rear wheels are steering. This could be useful in all sorts of contexts and yet four-wheel steering has always been optional. The 24-inch wheels are able to let the Silverado go in multiple directions. And if that’s the case, well then it’s rather inventive. The Silverado is looking to begin deliveries in 2023, most likely.
And yet, any sort of updates on the Chevy Silverado is going to be totally hypothetical.
This Silverado is going to compete with the Tesla Cybertruck. In which case, the Ford F-150 Lightning is the closest of competitors to the new Chevy Silverado. There are also the other EV companies like Lordstown and Rivian but neither tends to be as nearly a strong enough presence. This is all having to do with the consumer and how they may need more from car companies in the interest of literally navigating an ever-changing landscape. One could even say that the Chevy is ready to make moves toward being a better entity for vehicular deliveries.
Is that not insane? It’s such a manic vehicle to own. So in a way, to really say that anyone has the capability of going in all sorts of different directions? It is just absolutely bonkers and yet, amazing all at once.