American automobile giant General Motors has announced two electric models in the next 18 months. The development that marked the press conference in Detroit was marked by Mark Reuss, vice president of product development, responsible for product development, “in the future” on all-electric “vehicles.” Vice President Mark Reuss stressed in the future that the electric car will be worth so much in the future.
Unlike competitors like Volkswagen, Daimler and Volvo, General Motors, which does not include much of its portfolio in its portfolio, will produce 20 new, fully electric models by 2023. At the press conference, the separation between electrified and fully electrified was particularly emphasized, as the electric statement also includes gas or plug-in hybrid models.
Following the annual production of more than 10 million Toyota and German producers Volkswagen, General Motors, the world’s third largest producer of cars with a real capacity of 9.5 million in 2016, announced that it will produce all-electric cars, the Chevrolet Bolt according to the experiment he’s made.
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Chevy Bolt, sold for 35,000 dollars, can go 383 kilometers on a single charge and is shown as one of Tesla Model 3’s biggest competitors going to Tesla’s 353 kilometers.
Nissan in the electric car market is currently the market leader. The Japanese Nissan is of course not alone, extending the charge range of the $ 30,000 Leaf model at a low price, even from Tesla’s cheapest model, and renewing its design.
As of 2030, Volkswagen announced the release of hybrid and electric versions of all existing models, and the ID sub-brand also announced a new and completely electric segment.
The Renault – Nissan – Mitsubishi partnership has also announced that by 2022 it will produce 12 completely new electric models. General Motors is planning a complex transformation.