2023 Ford F-150 Lightning vs 2024 Chevrolet Silverado EV
2023 Ford F-150 Lightning vs. 2024 Chevrolet Silverado EV
The new 2023 F-150 Lighting and Silverado EV models offer a variety of new technology, safety and performance features. While the F-150 is more targeted towards being a work truck, the Chevrolet aims to create a full-on EV truck, implementing all new features.
Infotainment and Technology
The Ford F-150 Lightning comes with a 15.5-inch infotainment screen as standard. The infotainment screen size for the Silverado EV is 17.0 inches. Both vehicles include Apple CarPlay and Android Auto as standard features.
However, Ford offers more audio options with 18-speaker stereo systems. Chevrolet hasn’t released full details about the Chevrolet EV's audio system features yet.
The 2023 Ford F-150 Lightning continues the iconic F-150 legacy. It boasts a rugged, dependable exterior and a practical, comfortable interior. It carries the esteemed Built Ford Tough identity into the future. Featuring the strongest F-150 frame ever, thanks to its BEV frame and subframe.
In contrast, the Chevy Silverado EV distinguishes itself with its excellent aerodynamic design and modern lighting. Moreover, it features the option for 24-inch aluminum wheels.
Interior Comfort and Cargo Space
When stepping into the F-150 Lightning, you'll experience more than just cutting-edge technology immediately.
The Lightning offers a driver's seat with 10-way power adjustments and a memory function. The passenger seats feature power multi-adjusting with power lumbar support. With 400 litres of trunk capacity, the Lighting has the largest capacity in the industry.
On the other hand, the Silverado EV RST showcases an interior filled with what are soon-to-be essential amenities you won't want to drive without. The Chevrolet has an eTrunk volume of around 283 litres.
The Lighting has more than enough towing power. The 775 lb-ft of torque allows the new F-150 to tow up to 10,000 lbs. The 580 horsepower makes the Lighting the fastest accelerating F-150. The large battery allows it to drive up to around 515 kilometres with the extended-range battery. With the 80-amp Ford Charging Station Pro, you can get the battery from 0-100% overnight.
The 2024 Silverado offers up to 785 lb-ft of torque and 754 horsepower with open watts. The estimated range is up to 724 kilometres with many charging options, including DC Fast Charging. The Silverado allows you to hitch up and hit the road, towing up to 10,000 lbs as well.
Safety and Driver Assistance Features
The 2023 Lighting comes with a Blind-Spot Information System with Trailer Coverage. The system detects the blind spots around your vehicle and trailer. Thus allowing you to drive comfortably on the highway. The system also alerts if it detects any obstacles or other vehicles. There’s also a Lane-Keeping System and Ford Bluecruisde Hands-Free Highway Driving for added comfort.
On the other hand, the 2024 Silverado offers Super Cruise Driver Assistance Technology and hands-free driving and trailering.
Get Yours Today!
Both of these EVs offer a plethora of performance safety and technology features. Go and take a look yourself, and choose the one which suits your needs best. You can reserve them at the Pine Tree Ford Lincoln dealership in Woodbridge, ON. Then, test drive them to ensure you pick the right one for you.