The Zevo 600 is a full-size delivery van that is powered by a dual-motor, all-wheel-drive system producing 300 horsepower and 390 lb-ft of torque. This is the first vehicle produced by BrightDrop and uses GM's Ultium battery tech. The exterior of this futuristic delivery box features LED lighting, front and rear parking sensors, rain-sensitive windshield wipers, and black 17-inch steel wheels. The interior gets black cloth seats with manually-adjustable seats, a driver information center with a 12.3-inch diagonal color screen, automatic climate control, LED interior lighting, and a 13.4-inch infotainment display with wireless Android Auto and Apple CarPlay capability. Driver assistance features on hand include a following-distance indicator, forward-collision alert, lane-keep assist, and an LED reflective windshield and a collision-alert system.
The Zevo 600 is a highly customizable vehicle, and BrightDrop offers it with a range of interior and exterior packages. On the outside, this van can be specified with the PCM Commercial Equipment Package, which includes items such as a black exterior finish, orange seatbelts, a fire extinguisher, a first-aid kit, a spare fuse kit, a safety reflector triangle kit, rear splash guards, and two additional key fobs. The FEX Commercial Equipment Package comes with a white exterior, white 17-inch steel wheels, and all the equipment from the PCM package.
The PCL Exterior Light Package includes heated, power-adjustable, and manual-folding side mirrors with puddle lamps and an exterior overhead cargo door task light. The Active Safety Package 1 adds a safety alert seat, blind-zone steering assist, and rear cross-traffic braking. The Active Safety Package 2 includes adaptive cruise control, HD surround vision, enhanced automatic emergency braking, and reverse automatic braking. Finally, the Heat package features a heated driver seat cushion, seatback, and steering wheel. None of these packages have had prices attached to them at the time of writing, as no end-user Zevo 600s are available yet.