GM CEO Mary Barra will give a keynote address at CES on January 12th, and it appears she’ll have plenty to talk about as the company is reportedly planning to preview an assortment of upcoming electric vehicles.
While we’ve already reported the Bolt EUV could be unveiled at the event, Bloomberg says the automaker will show a video that previews a handful of concepts including a “plug-in Chevrolet pickup.” That could be the same truck that was shown in the background during GM’s presentation at the Barclays Global Automotive Conference.
Besides the truck, we can expect a look at future Cadillacs as well as vehicles from other brands. The report is light on specifics, but GM is embracing an all-electric future and has promised EVs at “all price points for work, adventure, performance and family use.”
The automaker will launch 30 electric vehicles globally by 2025 and more than 20 of them will be available in North America. Cadillac will be front and center as the brand will launch the Lyriq and Celestiq as well as a full-size SUV. The company has also said we can expect additional electric crossovers and “low roof entries,” which could include a coupe or sports car.
At the opposite end of the spectrum, Chevrolet will introduce the facelifted Bolt and all-new Bolt EUV. The company also has plans for a full-size pickup as well as crossovers and “low roof entries.”
The GMC Hummer EV pickup will be followed by a Hummer SUV and a more affordable full-size GMC truck. Last but not least, there will be electric crossovers from Buick as well as autonomous electric vehicles from Cruise.