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GM recently announced on the GM EV Day event that “Our electric future is now.” The manufacturer followed this comment with a teaser video about twenty all-new electric vehicles by 2023. One of the most forthcoming cars was the Chevrolet Camaro EV. Although the video teaser is only thirteen seconds long, it still shows the future electric vehicles of the automaker.
Besides the models, the video also puts attention to the upcoming BEV3 EV platform of the automaker recently shown on the GM EV Day event. The video also depicts silhouettes of upcoming hatchbacks, crossovers, trucks, and Cruise origin. One can easily make out the Chevrolet Camaro as the sports car in the video.
However, launching the Chevy Camaro EV wouldn’t be a surprise because the manufacturer has shown its EV performance with the launch of the eCOPO Camaro Dragster. Also, the Chevy E-10 EV Concept was launched at SEMA in 2019. The eCOPO Camaro Dragster has 700 hp and has a nine-second quarter-mile speed. It showed next-level electric car performance to its futuristic owners. Therefore, we are expecting very high powered performance from the Chevy Camaro EV.
Also, with the recent claims for the GMC Hummer EV pickup truck of 1000 hp and 0 to 60-mph acceleration in three seconds, we can expect the same or even higher power and acceleration in a sportscar. Rumors also claim that with the launch of the upcoming Chevy Camaro EV, the production of the existing Chevy Camaro will stop. The company is not planning for the seventh-generation of the Chevy Camaro. Additionally, in 2018, the manufacturer moved Mark Dickens, the head engineer at the GM Performance Vehicles and Accessories, to overtake the Oppenheiser EV Division.
Besides the Chevy Camaro EV, the company has a huge electric vehicle plan. It started with the launch of the GMC Hummer EV that shows a marvelous power and performance, as mentioned before. After that, GM bought the Cadillac into its EV plan. The campaign for the Cadillac EV will begin next month after the unveiling of its first trim, the Lyriq crossover. Also, according to reviewers, the first look of the Lyriq is already sprawling over the web. Moreover, most GM EV’s will have a power range of 50 kW to 200 kW, and few of them would be capable of a maximum of 400 miles per charge.
Aside from the Cadillac Lriq crossover, GM will also launch the Cadillac Celestia. The styling of this vehicle will be very similar to the Lyriq. The car will be hand-built for limited production. According to many popular websites, Cadillac will launch and an escalade SUV by 2025. Another piece of good news for GM and Cadillac lovers is that the brands will use distinct vehicle names and ditch the ongoing alphanumeric series.
Besides this, Chevy will give a new facelift to the Bolt and will launch the Bolt EUV crossover by 2021. Also, the Bolt EUV will come along with an autonomous Super Cruise System that has been exclusively used by Cadillac, until now.