After a year marked by growing EV share, the launch of several new electric vehicles and potential technology breakthroughs, electrification is set to be a major focus at CES.
One of the event's biggest moments will come from General Motors, which will show off an all-electric version of its Chevrolet Silverado pickup. Meanwhile, established suppliers and startups alike will look to showcase their work in the EV space as they vie for business from automakers investing major resources into electrification.
Automakers are planning to roll dozens of electric models onto the market in the coming years. And EVs' share, while small, is growing quickly — EVs accounted for 2.9 percent of all new-vehicle registrations in the U.S. in 2021 through October, up from 1.7 percent a year earlier, according to data from Experian.
As more consumers were buying EVs, there were several significant technology developments that hold promise for the industry as it looks to reduce charging times and increase battery range. Here's a look at a few of them.