General Motors plans to launch three Chevrolet electric vehicles next year, priced from $30,000 to more than $100,000.
GM CEO Mary Barra shared the automaker's plans as she unveiled the launch edition of the Chevy Silverado electric pickup during her CES keynote Wednesday.
Barra also said the automaker intends to launch its first personal autonomous vehicle by mid-decade, roll out more iterations of GM's Super Cruise hands-free driver-assist technology and expand its electric delivery van brand, BrightDrop.
“GM is redefining how people and goods are moved,” Barra said during the keynote. “Our commitment to a vision of a world the zero crashes, zero emissions and zero congestion has become a movement.”
The highlight of Barra's keynote was the unveiling of the Silverado EV, which will go on sale in 2023 in two varieties: a work truck starting at $41,595 and a fully loaded retail trim priced at $106,695. Each price includes shipping. Both trucks will offer more than 400 miles of driving range per battery charge.
Also in 2023, GM plans to launch an electric Chevy Equinox starting at about $30,000 and a larger Chevy Blazer EV. GM confirmed 2023 launch timing for the Cadillac Celestiq ultraluxury electric sedan as well.