GM has teased a brand new electrical pickup truck prototype within the background of a brand new investor presentation.
We deliver you a glimpse of it.
Late final yr, after each Tesla and Ford confirmed plans to deliver all-electric pickup vans to market in 2021, GM announced its own electric pickup truck program on the same timeline.
Earlier this yr, GM confirmed that it is going to be an electric Hummer pickup with 1000 hp and three-second 0-60 acceleration.
GM has now unveiled the GMC Hummer EV and whereas it’s a formidable automobile, it’s probably not in the identical class as the opposite electrical pickup vans that Tesla, Rivian, and Ford are bringing to market.
Although we not too long ago discovered that GM can also be going to have an entry within the phase.
They confirmed that they are planning a Silverado-like electric pickup truck with 400 miles of range:
“Chevrolet BET Truck, which would be the model’s first electrical full-size pickup, providing 400+ miles of vary on a single cost.”
Now at a brand new investor convention with Barclays at this time, GM teased a prototype of that electrical pickup truck.
We may solely see it within the background of the presentation subsequent to what gave the impression to be a Hummer EV prototype and a brand new electrical crossover:
Within the first image, you possibly can see the entrance fascia of the pickup truck and within the second image, you possibly can see its total form.
Whereas that’s all GM was prepared to point out us, an organization spokesperson confirmed that it’s the Chevy BET (battery-electric truck) that they beforehand introduced.
The Detroit-based automaker didn’t affirm any timeline or element past what we beforehand reported.
On the occasion with Barclays at this time, GM announced an acceleration of its EV plans with 30 new EVs by 2025.
Together with the brand new Chevy electrical pickup, GM additionally shared glimpse of a brand new Chevy crossover electrical and an SUV model of the brand new Hummer electrical.
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