General Motors unveiled a new battery-electric pickup truck, the Chevrolet Silverado EV, during the Consumer Electronics Show. Although it shares its name with the popular gasoline-powered Silverado pickup, this Silverado is a completely different truck with a distinct design and major features not found on the internal combustion-powered models.

GM’s says the trucks will go into production in spring 2023, about a year later than the Ford F-150 Lightning, an electric truck from GM’s biggest pickup competitor. While the Lightning looks very much like an F-150 — including having a faux “grille” design on the front — GM’s Silverado EV will look much less traditional. Though not as radical a design as Tesla’s prismatic Cybertruck, it’s evident at a glance that the Silverado EV isn’t like other Chevy pickups.

The Silverado EV has a smooth front with no grille, since electric motors and batteries require much less cooling than an internal combustion engine. Diagonal wings slant down from the sides of the passenger compartment to the sides of the cargo bed. They help with aerodynamics, said Ryan Vaughan, design director for the Silverado EV. Also, the passenger compartment can be equipped with a back wall that folds down to create enough space to carry items up to nearly 11 feet long in the bed.

The Silverado EV shares the same basic electric vehicle engineering that underlies other new and planned GM electric vehicles, such as the GMC Hummer EV and the Cadillac Lyriq SUV. Some versions of the Silverado EV will be able to travel up to 400 miles with fully charged batteries, according to GM. That’s 100 miles further than the maximum range available in the Ford F-150 Lightning pickup.