As we all know, electric vehicles, or EVs, are becoming much more popular. Unlike 10, or even just 5 years ago, it’s much easier for consumers to find a variety of electric options that suit a range of budgets. Plus, manufacturers like Tesla aren’t the only names in the EV world anymore, with more mainstream brands like Hyundai, Nissan, and Audi leading the charge with new, more budget-friendly EV picks for the modern consumer. In recent news, auto giant GM has recently announced plans to introduce a new suite of 20 electric vehicles into the American market by the year 2023.
In their latest sustainability report, GM reported that almost all of their respective brands, (Cadillac, GMC, Chevrolet, and Buick) would introduce new electric vehicle offerings in the next few years. To keep their audience on their toes, GM decided to tease 12 of the 20 models customers can expect to see in dealerships.
While we still don’t know too much about GM’s new EV suite, we do know that most of their designs will integrate the brand’s new modular EV architecture called Ultium. Thanks to this, some of the vehicles will boast an impressive range of 400 miles. Additionally, some of the new picks will feature 3-second 0-60 acceleration and front wheel, rear-wheel, and all-wheel drive configurations for buyers to choose from.
Let’s take a look at what we know so far:
New GM electric vehicles coming to market by 2023
Here’s all the details we have so far on the 12 of the 20 models. By 2023, consumers can expect to choose from:
- The Cadillac Lyriq (pictured above). This previously announced car will likely be the brand’s first EV, and clock in at about $75,000.
- Cadillac also plans on introducing a 3-row SUV built with plenty of roomy interior and cargo space
- Another full-size, three-row SUV building on the “DNA of the brand’s Escalade”
- A small crossover pick similar to Cadillac’s XT5
- Rounding out the upcoming picks from Cadillac is the Celestiq, a handmade, ultra-luxury EV with a hefty price tag of $200,000.
- The GMC Hummer SUV, configured with off-road capabilities
- GMC also plans on introducing the previously announced 1k HP Hummer Truck.
- By 2023, Buick plans to launch a “conventional crossover” with plenty of interior and cargo space
- The brand also will create another crossover which “features [a] more expressive proportion with a greater emphasis on form and athletic fashion.”
- Chevy fans will be able to choose from 3 different models, including an electric pickup truck with an impressive, 400 mile range.
- Additionally, Chevy will offer a mid-size SUV.
- And to round out their offerings, an electric crossover Chevy Bolt featuring GM’s Super Cruise self-driving technology.
Don’t want to wait till 2023? Check out our top electric vehicle picks here.