Hummer EV SUV: GM says the 2024 Hummer EV SUV Edition 1, on sale in 2023, will have a 300-mile battery range, 830 hp and 11,500 pound-feet of torque. It's touted as having a 0 to 60 mph time of 3.5 seconds. The Edition 1 version will start at $105,595, including shipping fees. The lower trims — 3X, 2X and 2 — are scheduled to launch from spring 2023 through spring 2024. Prices range from $99,995 to $79,995 and offer from 250 to 300 miles of range. Each of the SUV's four trims comes standard with an enhanced version of GM's Super Cruise driver-assist technology.
Tahoe/Suburban/Yukon/Yukon XL: All four full-size SUVs from Chevy and GMC likely will be freshened in 2024, after significant redesigns in 2020.
Colorado/Canyon: Both midsize pickups will be redesigned in 2023. The next-generation models are expected to have a sharper, more angular design, along with slimmer headlamps. The Colorado will also add the Trail Boss trim option this year.
Silverado/Sierra: The freshen, delayed by the global microchip shortage, is now on track for the first half of 2022. The freshened pickups will have smoother edges and grilles. Silverado spy photos show a slightly higher ride height, which improves off-road maneuverability. Chevy also plans to add an off-road ZR2 option to the 2022 Silverado. GMC will also add a trailer-capable Super Cruise driver-assist option to the freshened Sierra The heavy-duty versions of the pickups will be freshened in 2023.
Electric versions of the full-size pickups are slated for 2023 at Factory Zero in Detroit, alongside the Hummer SUV, Hummer pickup and the Cruise Origin. The pickups will compete with Ford's F-150 Lightning, which goes on sale next year. GM last week confirmed that the GMC brand will have a full-size electric pickup, though it didn't specify that it would be the Sierra. The automaker has said the electric Silverado will be designed and engineered as an EV from the ground up and will be powered by the automaker's proprietary Ultium batteries, with an estimated range of more than 400 miles on a full charge. Retail and fleet versions of the electric Silverado will provide a variety of options for buyers.
Hummer EV pickup: The supertruck is scheduled to go on sale this fall. The pickup will have 1,000 hp and go from 0 to 60 mph in three seconds. It will be powered by GM's Ultium batteries. GMC will launch the pickup with the Edition 1 trim for $112,595, a price that includes underbody armor and cameras, a removable Infinity Roof and a battery range of more than 350 miles via three electric motors. Less-expensive configurations will go on sale from fall 2022 through spring 2024.
Express/Savana: No major updates are scheduled for the commercial vans through 2025, but they may go electric in 2026.