"but sadly photography was not allowed, and no one took the wraps off what looked like either a Corvette or Camaro variant."Twenty new electric vehicles are on the way, says GM
May have to include one or two additional subforums here at gm-volt.com in the near future!
No doubt. They haven't been losing money on all these Volts and Bolts for nothing.http://insideevs.com/gm-says-two-new-evs-next-18-months-least-20-five-years/
We've all assumed that they would do this but it's great to see an announcement that they are fully committed to a wide range of EVs in the next few years. I've been thinking that 2019 or 2020 would be when I wanted to trade the Volt in for a BEV, I'm hoping that this means they will have a car that I want in that time frame.
Well GM's reference to Hydrogen was for "non-retail" customers. So this appears to be for heavier duty fleet use where a depot could be setup for a hydrogen fueling station for that specific use.I don't get it apparently. They say they need more DC fast chargers with thousands already in place, and then GM talks about hydrogen Fuel Cells with scant few hydrogen fueling stations mostly in California. Where does the "cost effective" hydrogen come from?
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This is EXACTLY what people said when I told them mobile phones would replace landlines. LOL I still think we need a battery breakthrough, but maybe not, and we definitely don't need more than one.They're selling handfuls now and there will be 20 more. Hmmm........
AHA!!!That's a lot of BEVs. A whole lot of BEVs. No doubt many will be sold only in China.......
I have both. The land line is VOIP, but there is a twisted pair of wires running to my house. If I could just get AT&T phone reps to comprehend what an analog twisted pair is..... I'm guessing they're too young.This is EXACTLY what people said when I told them mobile phones would replace landlines. LOL I still think we need a battery breakthrough, but maybe not, and we definitely don't need more than one.
I'm thinking more along the lines of Neighborhood Electric Vehicles. Vehicles have to be cheap for China, but they don't have to go that far or be that fast. Most electrics sold in China are NEVs, and it's hard to see that changing in the short term.AHA!!!
You don't suppose some of them will be renamed US models, eh? You know, Buick Velite.