1997 GM S-10E
production vehicle
SOLD! ($12,500 on 11/20/01)

This vehicle was developed by General Motors with the same advanced drive system found in the EV1. One of less than 10 privately-owned GM electric S-10s, this truck has only 2,500 miles on its new pack of Panasonic batteries. The truck currently has 42,000 miles on it, and is good for 40-65 miles of range, depending upon the driving conditions.

Traction Motor: 137 Hp AC induction
Batteries: 26 x Panasonic 12V valve regulated lead acid (312 V pack)
Charger: Hughes inductive wall-mount, 240 input (included)
Drivetrain: Specially developed front-wheel-drive w/ single-speed gearbox
Charging Time: 5-6 hours for a complete charge
Economy: 470 WH-AC/mile
Energy Cost: 4.70 cents/mile (at 10 cents/kWh)
Air Conditioning: Compressor-driven air conditioning to batteries and cabin
Heating: Dual heaters: one ceramic element and one diesel-fired heater, automatically selected based on ambient temperature
Instrumentation: Speedometer, state-of-charge, pack voltage, auxiliary voltage, temperature, energy usage meter

Vehicle Features:

  • 2-door, longbed pickup, single-speed automatic
  • Cruise control, tilt steering
  • 4-wheel ABS and regenerative braking
  • Battery thermal management system
  • Power door locks and Hornet security system
  • Black spray-in bed liner
  • Kenwood CD player
  • Kenwood 200W amplifier, Rockford Fosgate subwoofer
  • Full-bed white Tonneau cover
  • Full use of pickup bed - batteries are underneath
  • Sealed (maintenance-free) batteries

    Top Speed: 70 miles per hour (governed)
    0-50mph: 9.9 seconds
    Odometer: 42,000 miles
    Price: Make offer!