With an all-electric pickup truck from General Motors (GM) anticipated by buyers, details of the vehicle have been speculated by the industry. Here’s everything we know about the electrified truck from the automaker.

The truck is expected to go into production in 2021, being offered as a 2022 model and rivaling Ford’s expected all-electric F-150 truck, Sam Fiorani, head of global vehicle forecasting at AutoForecast Solutions told CNBC.

According to Fiorani, the new Chevy electric pickup truck will be about the size of GM’s Silverado truck. This is bigger than what is expected from Rivian’s R1T electric pickup truck, but it is thought to have a similar driving range as the company's model.

Towing capacity will also be more as Fiorani said, “You have to expect its towing capacity would be more like the Silverado, in excess of 11,000 pounds.”

The truck will also utilize GM’s skateboard-like platform, sitting all the electrical system components below the load floor, CNBC reported. However, Fiorani thinks that GM is developing a specific platform for the truck that will allow it to meet more rugged work truck demands and could reportedly be used on other GM vehicles like the Chevy Tahoe or Silverado SUVs.

What is unclear at this time is whether the new electric truck from GM will have the Silverado moniker or a totally new name.

Shares of GM stock were down 4.26 percent as of 3:58 p.m. ET on Monday.

GeneralMotors A Chevrolet pickup truck drives past the General Motors Assembly Plant in Arlington, Texas, June 9, 2015. Photo: REUTERS/Mike Stone