Cadillac has teased its second all-electric vehicle, with the Cadillac Celestiq aiming to push the automaker back into the echelons of ultra-luxury. Where the Lyriq promises an all-electric take on the crossovers that have been such a success for Cadillac in recent years, Celestiq will be more akin to a high-end sedan, albeit with an Ultium-powered twist. Think a long, … Continue reading
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General Motors has taken a move to change the logo after a decade.GM’s new logo features lowercase lettering.The production of more electric vehicles should symbolize the logo and creates an image among the general public.General Motors has revealed three different varieties of new logos i.e.black, traditional GM Blue, and faded light blue to darker blue through the letters.The automaker says the logo means clean skies of a zero-emission future and energy utilized at the Ultium platform.The electric vehicle platform is named Ultium and all EVs will come equipped with these batteries.The Ultium batteries are first seen in the GMC Hummer EV,  Cadillac Lyriq.
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GM’s first electric vehicles based on its new Ultium platform may quite not be ready for dealerships yet, but it’s not wasting any time paving the way for upcoming models like the GMC Hummer EV and Cadillac Lyriq. The automaker is revamping its branding, retiring the familiar solid blue square and replacing it with a new version, featuring a gradient … Continue reading
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The keynote will shed light on some of the 30 upcoming electric cars, SUVs and trucks from GM's brands, possibly including an electric Chevy pickup.
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With well over a dozen new EVs hitting streets in 2021, there's been no better time to shop for a battery-powered car.
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The Edition 1 trim, the first of the EV trucks to come next year, sold out in 10 minutes.
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Let's hope they don't let the same team that came up with "Stellantis" name this thing.
GMC's new Hummer looks like a formidable all-electric beast. Here's how its specs stack up vs. the Tesla Cybertruck, Bollinger S2 and Rivian R1T.
Development of the electric off-road machine started well before General Motors decided to revive the storied name.
Tesla's Cybertruck, GM's $113,000 Hummer, Ford's (e)F-150—then there are the startups.
Bad news if you were hoping to get into a 2022 Hummer EV next year, with GMC confirming that every single Edition 1 reservation was snapped up – and just ten minutes after the order books opened. The automaker revealed its reboot of the classic name with a thoroughly modern all-electric drivetrain on Tuesday night, putting the reservations system live … Continue reading
GMC’s Hummer EV isn’t due to arrive until next year, but that hasn’t stopped the automaker from dropping plenty of early details about the all-electric “Supertruck” now. Revealed this week, GM most extreme Ultium-based vehicle won’t be for everyone, but it’s a halo for electrification that’s been sorely missing from the automaker’s range. Where the Cadillac Lyriq aims to show … Continue reading
Hummer always represented the most gluttonous expression of automotive ownership. Now it comes with that same look and feel, powered by electricity.
Tesla has the Cybertruck, GM a $113,000 Hummer, and Ford an electric F-150. And then there are the startups.
Hummer's electric pickup packs 1,000 horsepower, removable roof panels, four-wheel steering with CrabWalk mode and standard Super Cruise tech.
At the press of a (virtual) button, the new Hummer can move diagonally like a crab. Seriously.
Every version of the Hummer EV gets four removable roof panels for open-air off-roading.
The Hummer has returned as an electric vehicle, but now it has some new competition. This is how GMC's Hummer EV compares to Tesla's Cybertruck.
More accurately, Edition 1 reservation slots are full, and no more models are promised for 2021. "Watts To Freedom?" Well, the initials are correct.
GMC is accepting $100 refundable deposits for its long-awaited electric Hummer pickup. Here's everything you need to know about pricing and pre-ordering.
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