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Auto Shows Chevy's 450-HP E-10 Pickup Seeks to Electrify Gearhead Hearts and Minds

16:30  07 november  2019
16:30  07 november  2019 Source:   caranddriver.com

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Chevrolet showed this electrified 1962 C- 10 pickup truck, renamed as the E - 10 concept, at the SEMA show. It looks like an old-school hot-rod truck, and its 450 Call us old-fashioned, but hot-rod pickups and electrification don’t exactly mesh like other iconic couplings such as milk and cookies, or peanut

“The Chevrolet E - 10 electrified Connect & Cruise concept system reimagines the performance crate engine for hot rodders,” Campbell said. Says Chevrolet , the concept truck’ s electric drivetrain is good for 450 hp and can push the truck from 0 to 60 in about 5 seconds, and through the quarter-mile in the

 
  • Chevrolet showed this electrified 1962 C-10 pickup truck, renamed as the E-10 concept, at the SEMA show.
  • It looks like an old-school hot-rod truck, and its 450 horsepower would tend to confirm that, but inside it carries a pair of Chevrolet Performance eCrate motors and two 400-volt batteries.
  • It's a concept, of course, but Chevy says it "brings the electric option for hot rodders much closer to reality."

Call us old-fashioned, but hot-rod pickups and electrification don’t exactly mesh like other iconic couplings such as milk and cookies, or peanut butter and jelly. However, GM doesn't seem to think so, and after getting a chance to check out this Chevrolet E-10 pickup concept at SEMA, we can start to see why.

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Heart Health. Published 1 hour ago. Chevy E - 10 pickup runs on electricity, not ethanol. By Gary Gastelu | Fox News. The E - 10 uses two of the motors rated at 450 hp combined that connect to a four-speed automatic transmission driving the rear wheels.

a car parked on a beach: Tech borrowed from the Chevrolet Bolt EV and fitted to a 1962 C-10 brings about a modern take on the hot-rod pickup at SEMA. © RVT3/Chevrolet Tech borrowed from the Chevrolet Bolt EV and fitted to a 1962 C-10 brings about a modern take on the hot-rod pickup at SEMA.

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Traditionally, hot-rod pickups are powered by some sort of V-8 and can make anywhere from a modest 300 to 400 horsepower to, in some cases, up to 1000 or more. For the E-10, though, the space under the hood will house not one, but two Chevrolet Performance electric crate motors, dubbed eCrate as a nod to the gasoline crate engines that have been so popular in the world of performance modification.

a car parked in front of a body of water: Chevrolet E-10 SEMA © RVT3/Chevrolet Chevrolet E-10 SEMA

The eCrate motors combine for an estimated output of 450 horsepower, and they route that power through a conventional 4L75-E automatic transmission back to the rear wheels. GM claims that the E-10 will complete a zero-to-60-mph run in about five seconds and hit the quarter-mile mark in the high-13-second range.

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a car engine: Chevrolet E-10 Pickup SEMA © RVT3/Chevrolet Chevrolet E-10 Pickup SEMA

If you just couldn’t bear to drive your 450-hp hot rod EV without the nostalgic sounds of old, don’t worry: the E-10 has three speakers that emulate a track and touring version of the LS7-powered V-8 in the Camaro —or, if you're into that sort of thing, it can play futuristic sounds or go full silent. Even more interesting is that the emulator will adjust its sound to the changing of the transmission's gears, doing its best to imitate the glorious sounds of the hot rods of yore.

a stove top oven sitting inside of a car: Chevrolet E-10 SEMA © RVT3/Chevrolet Chevrolet E-10 SEMA

Supplying the juice for all this power are two 60.0-kWh battery packs, borrowed from the popular Chevrolet Bolt EV, stacked on top of each other and placed in the pickup's bed under a tonneau cover. Not only does the packaging work well here, but having the batteries located in the bed allows for improved load transfer and more weight over the rear axle, especially when accelerating. Chevy didn’t provide a driving range, but we figure that 120.0 kWh would be enough to conservatively estimate somewhere in the 200-mile range. Having two batteries isn't just beneficial for more juice; it also allows them to be charged simultaneously or individually, depending on the situation.

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As the automotive industry continues down the path of electrification, we can't help wondering if, years from now, people will be tossing out their old combustion engines in favor of new plug-and-play electric powertrains; only time will tell.

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