Electric vehicles (EVs) are growing in popularity as we move toward an all-electric future. And with dozens of new EV models planned to roll off the line by 2025, General Motors’ zero crashes, zero emissions and zero congestion commitment is moving the needle closer to an all-electric present.
We’re previewing some of our favorites and comparing a few key factors to help you decide which ride is the right fit for you.
Chevrolet Bolt EV
Whether you’re new to the EV world and still believe myths about charging or were an early adopter of the trend, you can’t go wrong with a Chevrolet Bolt EV.
Price starts at: $36,620
Miles to each charge: 259
Notable feature: Split-screen displays show your charge levels and phone apps; with 200 horsepower, the Bolt has no shortage of get-up-and-go
Best for: Those wanting something compact without sacrificing functionality.
GMC Hummer EV
If you haven’t heard of the world’s first all-electric supertruck Hummer EV, it’s worth checking out. If you’re ready to get in on the Quiet Revolution, join the waitlist for the first edition.
Price starts at: $112,595
Miles to each charge: 350+
Notable features: Crabwalk lets you drive diagonally to make navigating that much easier; Extract Mode lifts your Hummer approximately 6 inches up to help conquer more challenging terrain; ultravision with underbody cameras ensures you’re always in the know about your truck from every angle
Best for: Those looking for a showstopping vehicle that’s built for just about any adventure.
The LYRIQ offers sleek technology and an unmatched driving experience that can only come from Cadillac.
Price starts under: $60,000
Miles to each charge: 300
Notable features: A 33-inch curved LED display that uses more than 1 billion colors to beautifully show everything from directions to your latest playlist; Super CruiseTM , the first truly hands-free driver-assistance feature for compatible highways
Best for: Those looking for a luxury EV that cuts no corners.
Buick Velite 7
The GM EV efforts don’t stop in North America. Earlier this year, Buick announced its first electric SUV, the Velite 7, available exclusively in China.
Price starts at: $25,680
Miles to each charge: 311
Notable features: Two driving modes (standard and sport) help you adjust to the road conditions you’re in; its fast-charging capabilities allow it to charge about 130 miles in 30 minutes
Best for: Someone looking for a high-quality EV in China.
Want to know more? Check out these five things you should know about EVs. And if you’re in need of financing for one of these charged up vehicles, get prequalified to start the process. Also, ask about including an at-home charger in your financing package.
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