GM confirmed that one of the 20 electric vehicles it plans to launch by 2023 is a full-size Chevrolet electric pickup. Last week, GM released its latest sustainability report. The Chevrolet electric pickup, which will be the brand’s first full-size electric pickup, will travel more than 400 miles on a single charge, the company said in the report. However, the company did not give further details about the truck.
In addition to trucks, Chevrolet confirmed that it will release a mid-size electric crossover, as well as a smaller Bolt-based model announced a few months ago.
With the exception of Bolt, all of GM’s future models will rely on the next-generation electric vehicle platform it is developing and will use the new Ultium battery.
GM also provided other new information about its electric vehicle plans in the report,media reported. By 2023, for example, the company will launch 20 electric models around the world, many of them for the Chinese market, but at least 12 will also be sold in the United States.
At the same time, the company said in its report that it will invest more than $20 billion in its electric and self-driving cars projects between 2020 and 2025.
In the report, the company not only disclosed some previously undisclosed product plans, but also discussed GM’s goal of using 100 percent renewable energy at all of its plants.