As we sit in the midst of 2021, electric vehicles remain a major storyline. Even long-established, legacy automakers (some with over 100 years of experience) have finally wisened up and pivoted toward EVs to remain competitive. In the next couple years, three major automotive brands, old and new, will release three highly anticipated electric trucks. This includes the Tesla Cybertruck, the Ford F-150 Lightning, and GMC’s modern spin on a gas-guzzling behemoth with the Hummer EV.
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General Motors (GM) has confirmed that it is working on a new GMC electric pickup truck to follow the GMC Hummer EV.
It will be GM’s third electric pickup after the Silverado electric.
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After over 100 years as one of the world’s largest ICE automobile manufacturers, General Motors has freed its head from the deep sand to join the emerging EV revolution. The US automaker has pulled a 180 in order to combat emissions rather than enable them. Just recently, GM announced plans to be carbon neutral by 2040, a bold statement. Let’s hope it’s more than just talk. Below is how General Motors plans to achieve this green goal.
GMC Stories January 24, 2019
The race to make all-electric pickup truck has started and GM is now being dragged in.
A GMC executive confirmed that they are considering including all-electric vehicles in their GMC SUV and pickup truck lineup. expand full story