GMC is Considering an Electric Pickup Truck



Electric trucks are coming. Tesla and Rivian declared plans for an electrical pickup, also Ford stated it will construct an electrical version of the F-150 sooner or later. Now, it appears like GMC might be joining the race.

A senior executive GMC reported an electrical truck is possible. “Certainly, it’something we’re contemplating,” Duncan Aldred, vice president of GMC, told the Detroit Bureau.

If it comes to electrical trucks, all eyes have been on the Rivian R1T, which surfaced at the Los Angeles auto show in November. The version is expected to deliver more than 400 kilometers of scope with the battery. Tesla has not yet detailed its own pickup, but CEO Elon Musk has stated it will arrive right following the Model Y small utility. Ford has given no clues as to when its all-electric F-150 will emerge.

It’s unclear when GM will introduce a possible electrical truck. It’therefore possible, like with Ford, we’ll find these electrical trucks way down the line when all automobiles on the street become electrical. But there’s also a chance it will come earlier than we believe. GM is now preparing a new electrical architecture expected to get there by 2021. A Cadillac is going to be the first vehicle to sit on the newest platform. From 2023, GM wants to introduce at least 20 new vehicles.

Source: The Detroit Bureau

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