The 2024 GMC Sierra EV is a full-size electric truck that offers a more luxurious alternative to the 2024 Chevrolet Silverado EV when both trucks debut next year. The Sierra EV rides on GM's flexible Ultium platform. It's used for the Silverado EV and GMC Hummer EV electric trucks plus a variety of other upcoming EVs from General Motors.
Though the wrapper is different, the Sierra EV owes its fundamental shape and much of its functionality to the Silverado EV that was revealed earlier this summer. There aren't the same Chevrolet Avalanche-esque extensions hanging off the back of the cabin, but from the beltline down, the trucks look quite similar in shape and proportion. There's a bit more differentiation inside, where the Sierra EV opts for a vertically oriented center display and darker styling themes that befit a vehicle with the Denali badge.
At launch, the Sierra EV will only be offered in a limited-run Denali Edition 1 and it will start at $108,695 (including destination). This will be the only version of the Sierra EV available for reservations when they open on October 20, 2022. The off-road-oriented AT4 and Elevation trims will join the party for the 2025 model year to give Sierra EV buyers more options, with the more work-oriented Elevation trim starting at around $50,000 to better compete with the Silverado EV's $40,000 base price.