At the Los Angeles Auto Show now, there’s no doubt that the electric vehicle project is here to stay. Traditional American brands have taken a long time to get properly registered. But now they are coming in full force.
Chevrolet, which has been in the field with the Opel Twin Bolt, already in 2017, is one of them.
In Los Angeles, they have at least three production-ready electric cars with them. One in particular gets a lot of attention from visitors.
In the video at the top, you can see more of the three cars.
The most surprising vehicle is a low-cost crossover called the Quinox. In the US, the price for this will start at around NOK 320,000.
At the same time, it can be delivered with a range of up to 500 kilometers. It’s solid in this category, so there’s a lot of electric cars for the money here.
The plan is for this to be brought to market in the fall of 2023.
Four-wheel drive family
And for the first time, the classic Blazer will also be electric. This is a mid-size SUV. When we say average size, it is seen by Norwegian eyes. In the US, this is a compact SUV.
The higher-end version of the electric Blazer will have a range of more than 500 kilometers, and will boost from 0 to 100 kilometers per hour in less than four seconds.
Here, we’re promised a starting price of around NOK 470,000.
But what Americans are most interested in is, of course, the electric truck – the Silverado.
Chevrolet touts a range of over 650 kilometers, 754 horsepower and 0-100 kilometers per hour in less than five seconds.
This means that this is a car that will obviously compete with the electric version of America’s best-selling pickup truck – the Ford F-150 Lightning.
You can see more about all of these cars in the video at the top of this article.
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