The flurry of Chevrolet Silverado EV news today has been tough to follow. Specifically, when are the various trim levels of the Silverado EV actually launching? Well, let’s do our best to outline what we know and don’t know at this point.

Chevrolet was far more forthcoming about Silverado EV details than many assumed. For example, we’ve got photos of multiple trim levels and even projected price points for a couple of them. The first Silverado EV to launch will actually be the Work Truck (WT) version. The Work Truck will first show up in spring of 2023 with a starting price of $39,900 ($41,595 after destination charges) and serve as the base version of the Silverado EV. The WT will feature 400 miles of range with a power output of 510 horsepower and 615 pound-feet of torque. This amount of power is good for an 8,000 pound towing capacity and 1,300 payload limit.

Eventually a fleet version of the WT trim will launch as well. This version will be optimized for work, including an eye-opening 20,000 pound towing capability. Further details have not been disclosed by GM.

Next up will be the fancy Silverado EV RST version. The RST will carry a staggering price tag of $105,000 when fully optioned. It will launch in the fall of 2023 and feature a long list of goodies, including GM’s Super Cruise technology and much, much more. It also features more power with 664 horsepower and Chevy’s new Wide Open Watts feature to surge to 60 mph in 4.5 seconds.

Today Chevrolet also showed a singular photo of the Silverado EV Trail Boss. This photo doesn’t tell us much, other than validating that Chevrolet is planning further trim levels. Given the wide price disparity between the WT and RST versions, it should come as no surprise that more trim levels are in the works. Over time we would not be surprised to see all of the gas-powered Silverado 1500’s trim levels echoed in EV form. This would mean familiar trims like LT, LTZ, High Country and potentially others. These trims will likely fill the wide void in that near-$70,000 price gap between the first two.

When the future trim levels will show up is anyone’s guess. It seems like calendar year 2024 will be suited to launch additional trims. By then the Hummer EV truck will be fully launched and the SUV will be well into its launch as well.