General Motors announces new EVs

General Motors sheds light on what the future will bring in the EV field. The group reveals the arrival of a whole bunch of electric newcomers in one fell swoop.

General Motors has quite a number of brands under its belt, brands that will almost all come with fully electric cars in the coming years. Chevrolet has the Bolt on the menu, a car of which the Opel Ampera-e is the European brother. The Chevrolet Bolt will be modernized later this year and will follow The General in the summer of next year, company of the Bolt EUV, an electric crossover based on the Bolt. Furthermore, General Motors let it be known that not only Chevrolet, but also GMC, Buick and Cadillac are coming with new EVs this year.

One of those newcomers is the Cadillac Lyriq, an electric SUV for which GM is already showing a teaser, but for which the company has not yet released any information. In April the colossus will already be shown to the world and in May General Motors will then present the already announced new and electric Hummer, a model under the GMC flag. We expect that the Cadillac Lyriq and the GMC Hummer will be very similar in technical terms.

The EVs that General Motors will roll out in the coming years all have a battery pack with a capacity between 50 kWh and 200 kWh, General Motors says. The Americans are already calling some figures to warm up the public for its EVs. The group states that an action radius of around 640 kilometers must be achievable and that the technology that it possesses also makes sprint times such as 0-60 mph (97 km / h) possible in about 3 counts.

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