GM is also working on another electric truck GMC’s Hummer EV and electrified Chevrolet silverado this was confirmed back in April. The car giant announced the announcement at a media event, according to CNBC i CNET Roadshow. He did not reveal many details about the project and showed only a shadowy picture of the truck covered with a tarpaulin during the presentation, but he said that it would be a full-size GMC pickup.
Also, CNBC he says it is expected to be a “more traditional” truck than the Hummer EV, which is a “lifestyle” vehicle. That could mean it’s something available to more people than Hummer, although GMC global leader Duncan Aldred reportedly refused to acknowledge whether it was an electrified version of the Sierra.
General Motors promises more and more money in an effort to run out of electricity and without drivers. The carmaker originally planned to invest $ 20 billion in the venture, but announced it would raise its investment from 2020 to 2025 at $ 35 billion this April alone. GM plans to offer 30 EVs on the market by the end of 2025 and exclusively sell electric vehicles starting in 2035.
The Hummer EV is set to go into production this fall and would be one of the first electric vans people can buy. With prices starting at around $ 80,000, it’s not exactly direct competition to other upcoming electric trucks. Tesla’s cybertruck i Ford F-150 Lightning it will cost about half, and this mysterious third electric truck could be a bigger competition for them.
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