During a presentation given at the recent GM Investor Day event held this past November, GM President Mark Reuss touched on a wide variety of forthcoming vehicles from across the GM brand spectrum. Now, we’re rounding up all the upcoming GM vehicles confirmed by GM President Reuss during his Investor Day presentation.
We’ll start with Buick, which recently unveiled its new brand identity and logo, as well as plans to electrify its entire lineup by 2030. During his presentation at the GM Investor Day event, Reuss touched on the new Buick GL8, Buick Electra E4, and Buick Electra E5, all three of which are all-electric models exclusive to the Chinese market. However, Buick has yet to completely vacate the ICE segment, and as such, Reuss also indicated that the next-gen Buick Enclave will appear in 2024, while confirming that the 2024 Buick Envista will be sold in North America as well. A few new ICE-powered Buicks will also be in China, including the next-gen Buick LaCrosse.
Cadillac is also stepping into the all-electric space, but much more aggressively, with the luxury marque already selling the Lyriq EV crossover. However, during his presentation, Reuss also touched on the all-electric Celestiq, Caddy’s new flagship sedan, while hinting at a forthcoming full-size electric Cadillac SUV and smaller electric Cadillac crossover. Chinese-exclusive Cadillac products include the second-generation Cadillac CT6, the Cadillac GT4 crossover, and the next-gen Cadillac XT5.
Some of the most attention-grabbing news to come out of Reuss’ presentation was further teasing of the upcoming Chevy Corvette E-Ray, which was confirmed to arrive next year. In addition, Reuss confirmed the forthcoming arrival of two more high-performance Corvette variants, namely the new C8 ZR1 and C8 Zora.
Reuss also touched on the Chevy Blazer EV, Chevy Equinox EV, Chevy Silverado EV, and an as-of-yet unnamed Chevy Low-Roof EV, while ICE models included the 2023 Chevy Colorado, 2024 Chevy Montana, and 2024 Chevy Trax. Reuss also confirmed that the next-gen ICE-powered Chevy Equinox was on the way for 2024, while the next-gen Traverse would arrive for 2023.
With regard to GMC, Reuss confirmed that the next-generation GMC Acadia will indeed grow in terms of exterior dimensions, while also confirming that the next-gen GMC Terrain would arrive for 2024. Reuss also touched on the 2023 GMC Canyon, 2024 GMC Hummer EV SUV, and 2024 GMC Sierra EV.
Beyond GM’s four big U.S. brands, Reuss also talked about the BrightDrop Zevo 600 all-electric commercial van, plus the fully autonomous Cruise Origin robotaxi, the latter of which is set to “beat a bunch of people to market.”