General Motors just dropped a ton of info on its latest all-electric vehicle efforts during this week’s GM EV Day event in Warren, Michigan. During the event, The General tipped its hand on a new unnamed Chevrolet EV crossover.
The new Chevrolet EV crossover was presented as a clay model, but the design looked close to production, with styling cues that appear to pull from the latest Chevrolet Blazer. In terms of sizing, the Chevy looks to be roughly equivalent to the forthcoming Cadillac Lyriq crossover, which is scheduled to debut in April.
Other details for the new Chevrolet EV crossover include large LED screens for the cabin space, including an 18-inch digital touchscreen handling infotainment duties, plus digital gauges and a digital driver information screen as well.
Timing is a bit uncertain, but it’s believed the new Chevy will arrive by 2023 as part of GM’s “20 new EVs by 2023” strategy.
General Motors’ all-electric vehicle strategy includes a bevy of electron-powered SUVs, trucks, and sedans. One of the most noteworthy additions to the GM stable is the upcoming GMC Hummer EV pickup, which will run the automaker’s other brand-new EV platform, BT1. The new Hummer EV will boast up to 1,000 horsepower and run to 60 mph in just three seconds, making it a perfect example of GM’s “reset” opportunity with the burgeoning all-electric segment.
The upcoming Cruise Origin autonomous taxi is another standout GM EV product, which looks poised to offer driverless transportation on an entirely electric platform.
Stay tuned, as we’ll have plenty more coverage on GM’s all-electric efforts headed down the pipeline. In the meantime, make sure to subscribe to GM Authority for more Chevrolet news and around-the-clock GM news coverage.