Silverado (Chevrolet)

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Oct 13, 2021

In addition to an upcoming Chevrolet Silverado electric pickup truck set to debut at CES 2022, General Motors President Mark Reuss recently confirmed that a Chevrolet Blazer EV is also under development, and will also utilize Ultium battery and Ultium drive technology.
While no official timeframe has been provided for its introduction or sale date, the Blazer EV could appear as early as 2023 for the 2024 model year.
While Reuss has indicated that the upcoming Ultium-based Equinox EV crossover model would be priced around USD 30,000,a Blazer EV would be expected to be a little more expensive.
Comparing current products, the 2022 Equinox has a starting MSRP of USD 25,800, while the 2022 Blazer starts at USD 33,400.
Both the Equinox and Blazer SUVs are currently built at the Ramos Arizpe Assembly plant in Mexico.
(multiple sources on October 7, 2021)

Oct 08, 2021

On October 6, General Motors announcing plans to convert more assembly plants in North America to make EVs by the end of the decade and to double company revenues by that time as it unveils more software and new EVs.
GM leaders told investors that it will also announce a new truck battery plant to be built in the U.S. soon.
GM CFO Paul Jacobson said the company's EV revenue is expected to grow from USD 10 billion in 2023 to USD 90 billion annually by 2030 as GM launches new EVs in high-volume segments.
Jacobson said connected vehicles and other new businesses will drive USD 80 billion in new, incremental revenue with most of the growth accelerating later in the decade.
GM will spend USD 9 billion to USD 10 billion a year in its transition to EVs, including investments in its Ultium Cells LLC joint-venture with LG Energy Solutions.
Cruise CEO Dan Ammann said the ride-hailing business Cruise should reach USD 50 billion in revenue as it ramps up operations over the next six years.
To get its 30 new EVs to market, more than half of GM's North America and China assembly plants will be able to be converted to build EVs by 2030.
While GM does not have any immediate plans to build any new assembly plants, it is currently building two Ultium Cells LLC battery plants as part of its joint venture.
Current EV plants include Orion Assembly, which builds the Chevrolet Bolt EV and Bolt EUV; Factory ZERO which will build the GMC Hummer EV pickup and SUV and Silverado E; Spring Hill Assembly which will build the Cadillac Lyriq SUV; CAMI in Ontario which will build BrightDrop EV delivery vans, and Ramos Arizpe Assembly in Mexico which will build batteries and electrical components starting later in 2021.

(Detroit Free Press article on October 7, 2021)

Oct 08, 2021

On October 6 during a GM Investor presentation, General Motors President Mark Reuss announced that the next generation of full-size GM pickup trucks, including the next-gen Chevrolet Silverado and GMC Sierra, will debut in 2025.
The launch of the next-gen full-size GM pickup trucks in 2025 will introduce a wealth of changes and updates, including new powertrains.
The launch of the next-gen vehicles follows the reveal of the fully-refreshed Chevrolet Silverado 1500 and GMC Sierra 1500 for the 2022 model year.
The fully refreshed 2022 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 appeared earlier in September, while the fully refreshed 2022 GMC Sierra 1500 is expected to debut on October 21.
(multiple sources on October 6, 2021)