The two-wheeler has pair of hub motors and can reach a top speed of 28 mph.
The brand currently has 90,000 reservations for its coveted battery-powered behemoth.
It looks just like any other dual-cab version of GMC’s Sierra 1500, except for one difference: The cargo bed would make Batman jealous.
Although weighing more than 9,000 pounds, the 1,000 hp model launches from zero to 60 mph in roughly 3 seconds.
Throttle House’s latest video makes clear that horsepower isn’t everything.
Parent company General Motors has asked dealers to stop charging outrageous markups for the sports car.
Here’s hoping the fourth time is the charm for the C8.
The 25-footer has room for 10 and can hit 23 mph at full tilt.