The future of driving lies with all-electric vehicles. General Motors is making sure it’s at the forefront of the next major phase of automotive development. The company is already planning all-electric GMC SUVs and even an electrified Sierra pickup. While many specifics are still unclear, this gives SUV and pickup enthusiasts plenty to be excited about.
General Motors hasn’t revealed when all-electric versions of our favorite GMC SUVs and trucks will arrive, but GM CEO Mary Barra has already announced that the carmaker is on a “path to an all-electric future,” leaving little room for doubt that plans for these electrified vehicles are already under way.
A major priority along this all-electric path includes the development of new batteries that simultaneously deliver greater range while being cheaper than existing options. While current vehicle battery cells cost around $150-$200 a kilowatt-hour, GM aims to get that cost down to “lower than $100,” a move that would make all-electric technology available to a much wider customer base than before.
Union Park Buick GMC would be happy to have electric vehicles in stock for our customers. We’re excited about what GM has in store.