GM will offer 30 new EVs by 2025

GM will offer 30 new EVs by 2025

One thing we know for sure is the future is electric and it doesn’t seem it’s too far. Day by day every automaker is investing in the electric lineup and looking up GM’s Detroit plant it seems they have planned a full-electric line up for the future and its true as at a recent event General Motors announced its plan for increasing the investment in electric and autonomous technology by $7 billion. This brings General Motors’ total investment in EV and autonomous vehicles to $27 billion. GM also announced that 30 full0-electric vehicles will come by 2025.

The automaker plan has been increased by 35% from what they have planned in March and they said it’s possible because of their new Ultinum platform. These platform-based vehicles range from 400 to 450 miles on a full charge. Along this GM said the new battery cells will decrease the price of its electric vehicles and will come closer to gas-powered models. The company is already testing a prototype of the second generation of Ultinum batteries.

Out of those 30 vehicles 20 are expected to join the lineup in North America. What we know about this expanding lineup is

  • Cadillac will launch more electric crossover with low roof along with its coming Lyriq, Celestiq, and full-size SUV.
  • GMC already has 2022 Hummer pickup EV and SUV EV coming and a full-size pickup will also join them.
  • Chevrolet is already offering Bolt EV and a Bold EUV is set to come soon and a pickup and crossover with the low roof are planned.
  • Last, we expect that Buick will have more than one electric crossover.

GM is so tidy on revealing details about these upcoming electric vehicles so we have to wait for more details. Stay tuned till then!