GM is well on its way to an all-electric future, with a commitment to 20 new electric vehicles by 2023 and plans for additional models taking us beyond that. Our all-new modular platform removes significant physical constraints associated with conventional vehicles — no need to build around gas tanks, engines, radiator or exhaust pipes, for example. In the past, EV design placed great importance on differentiating the EV visually from its ICE counterparts. No more. The flexibility of this new platform frees us to proportion vehicles to meet unique brand personas and to design around vehicle and customer segment needs. Here are the EVs that each GM brand anticipates introducing.
GM’s luxury brand plans to introduce four electric SUVs and one statement vehicle including:
- Cadillac Lyriq SUV, which is designed to hit the heart of the crossover market and meet the needs of customers around the world.
- A globally sized luxury three-row SUV that emphasizes interior space and cargo capability for the modern family.
- An SUV EV with attainable luxury — similar to today’s Cadillac XT4 — and aimed at this key global growth segment.
- A full-size, three-row luxury SUV that builds on the DNA of the brand’s highly successful Escalade.
- The Cadillac Celestiq Statement Vehicle that is an ultra-lux EV with bespoke, hand-assembled craftmanship and project build rate of only 1.2 vehicles per day.
GMC Hummer EV brings bold design and remarkable capability to the electrified vehicle space.
Teased during the 2020 Super Bowl telecast, GMC is bringing back the iconic Hummer brand through two models:
- GMC Hummer EV truck that boasts performance of 1,000 horsepower, 11,500 lb-ft of torque and 0 to 60 mph acceleration in three seconds.
- GMC Hummer EV SUV builds off the GMC Hummer EV truck but will be configured as an off-road-capable SUV.
Building on the success of the 2020 Chevrolet Bolt EV, which offers new front-end design and other exterior updates, the brand intends to launch:
- A mid-sized SUV targeted to U.S. customers who are looking for an electric option in this segment.
- Chevrolet BET Truck, which will be the brand's first electric full-size pickup, offering 400+ miles of range on a single charge.
- Chevrolet Bolt EUV that features a distinctive SUV design inspired by the Chevy Blazer and offers Super Cruise driver assistance — the first vehicle outside of Cadillac to do so.
Two new all-electric entries for the Buick portfolio will carry the new face of the brand:
- A Buick SUV will offer more conventional crossover proportion that maximizes interior space and cargo.
- A Buick CUV will feature more expressive proportion with a greater emphasis on form and athletic fashion.
In addition, the Cruise Origin autonomous vehicle will be the first production vehicle from our partnership with Honda. Read about the Origin.