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One of the stars of the 2019 SEMA Show in Las Vegas was Chevrolet’s innovative E-10 Concept, which married a 1962 truck with the powertrain from the marque’s Bolt EV. The goal is to show how a possible ‘Connect & Cruise’ eCrate engine could open the door for amateur builders to re-power their classic Chevys with an all-electric setup. The parts aren’t in the GM Performance catalogue yet, but if the truck’s creators have their way, they will be, soon.

The E-10 is much closer to a production offering than Chevy’s first effort at showcasing a plug-and-play electric powertrain, the eCOPO Camaro Concept from 2018 (see sidebar). Where that drag car

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