General Motors is pleased to introduce two new models that will set new standards in the EV world. The first borrows from our past, but the second promises an all-new EV experience.
Hummer EV
It's coming back. But not like you remember. 
GMC’s Hummer, the famous supertruck, is coming back as an all-electric model. Details are few at the moment, but the initial design and capabilities - including 'Crab Mode', allowing the driver to turn the vehicle with both front and rear wheels at an angle - are teased in the video below:

Boasting up to 1000 horsepower and up to 11,500 lb-ft of torque, this revival of the Hummer badge will utilize the new Ultium battery system, providing up to 200 kWh of storage. This allows for an estimated range of up to 400 miles on a charge. Customers can start making reservations on October 20, 2020, when GMC plans to reveal the vehicle in full. Deliveries of the Hummer EV are scheduled to begin in fall 2021.

Contact one of our sales reps to learn more about making a reservation for the new GMC Hummer EV.

Cadillac Lyriq
Cadillac’s introduction of its electric line is underway with the debut of the LYRIQ show car. 

Powered by GM’s new Ultium battery system, the LYRIQ which offers approximately 100 kilowatt-hours of energy to deliver stirring performance. Its full-charge range is expected in the vicinity of 480 kilometres. The advanced battery chemistry is packed in large, flat pouch cells that enable smart module construction to reduce complexity and simplify cooling needs. There will be a number of charging options, including Level 1 and Level 2 up to 19 kilowatts and DC fast charging at over 150 kilowatts. Two drivetrains will be available: a base rear-wheel drive model and an all-wheel drive performance model.

There are a number of onboard technological firsts in the Lyriq, most notably a 33-inch diagonal LED display that spans the driver’s field of sight and provides driver information, infotainment controls and camera views. Addtionally, the LYRIQ is equipped with a two level heads-up display - the near level showing typical HUD info such as speed and direction. A further away level will display transparent navigation signals and other alerts. And the Lyriq will come with the latest version of Cadillac’s Super Cruise, a hands-free assistance feature that will have automated lane change ability.

Contact one of our sales reps to learn more about the new Cadillac Lyriq.
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