When Does Chevrolet Plan To Be All Electric?  
 

Chevrolet is an American automotive brand that has been in the industry for more than a century and is responsible for setting several milestones related to automobile production. The brand works with several prominent automobile manufacturers, who help design and develop their future automobiles. The team behind Chevrolet aims to make vehicle production the most efficient process so that customers get top-notch value for their money. After a long waiting period, Chevrolet is planning to release its all-electric vehicle in the market. This has, however, been challenged by Tesla and Elon Musk, who believes that the range will be too short and the price tag ridiculously high for most consumers.

Chevrolet has vowed to go all-electric. But when does Chevrolet plan to be all-electric? That is the question of the day. The American company, owned by General Motors, plans to build 20 fully electric vehicles by 2023. However, some of its competitors are planning to go all-electric by 2025.

So how does Chevrolet plan to achieve this goal? Well, they will use a new platform called BEV3. This platform will allow them to produce 20 different vehicles at once. These vehicles can also have different battery sizes, body styles, and wheelbases. This will give Chevrolet a leg up on its competition since it will produce so many kinds of cars at once.

Chevrolet, the largest selling brand of General Motors, is committed to an all-electric future. Its vision is driven by customers who want better fuel economy and cleaner vehicles.

Chevrolet plans to launch 20 new all-electric models by 2023. It began this journey with the Bolt EV in 2017 and continues to build on that momentum with new models like the Bolt EUV that goes on sale this summer.

This timeline highlights some of Chevrolet's key steps to that future:

  • 2013: Chevrolet unveiled the Spark EV, a battery-electric vehicle available in California, Oregon, and South Korea.
  • 2016: The second-generation Volt extended-range electric vehicle production at GM's assembly plant in Detroit-Hamtramck.
  • 2016: The 2017 Bolt EV concept car was unveiled at the North American International Auto Show, and later that year, GM announced plans for a $200 million investment at its Orion Assembly plant to produce the long-range, affordable Bolt EV.
  • 2017: The Bolt EV was named Motor Trend's Car of the Year® and Green Car Journal's Green Car.

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Specifically, GM said it plans to be "all-electric, all-connected and in the marketplace with more than 20 new battery electric vehicles" by 2020. In other words, all of GM's vehicles will be zero-emission and connected by then. Currently, GM sells the plug-in hybrid Chevrolet Volt and Cadillac ELR and the more conventional Spark EV. Visit our dealership for more information about when Chevrolet Plans To Be All-Electric.

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