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- The Chevy Bolt is quality and value
- The GMC Silverado puts the competition on the ropes
- A Hummer unlike any other
- Batmobile or Cadillac?
- Insurance for any and all rides
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Part of their approach is that, unlike Tesla which rests squarely in the luxury category, GM is making EVs at every price point; from the entry-level Bolt to the absurd (and awesome) $300,000 super luxury, Cadillac Celestiq.
The Chevy Bolt is quality and value
Starting at $25,600, a welcomed $5,900 slash from last year's model, the Chevy Bolt is an excellent option for a sensible consumer on a tighter budget. According to
Kelly Blue Book, this price puts it as the most affordable EV in the US market.
Chevy Bolt, you get a lot more than what you pay for i.e. an impressive range of 259 miles per full charge. The next most affordable EV is the Nissa Leaf, which is more expensive and gets 100 miles less per charge.
While the Bolt is a subcompact car, its nifty hatchback has a way of maximizing its space. With the seats folded down, it has 57 cubic ft of storage.
The GMC Silverado puts the competition on the ropes
In addition to the Chevy Bolt, GMC is also rolling out an EV version of its timeless pickup, The Silverado. Even within the Silverado rollout, there’s a price and trim for everyone; starting at $39,900 and going up to a rather staggering $105,500 for the range-topping RST First Edition.
All of the models come with 4-WD and DC fast charging capabilities. Their towing capabilities start at 8,000 pounds and go up to 10,000 pounds from there, with GMC promising an edition down the road that’ll eventually be able to tow 20,000 pounds!
A Hummer unlike any other
A lot has been written about GMC’s EV
Hummer. Its tech is next level (The crab walk feature!) and it’s as big and bad looking as ever. It’s also expensive, with the first edition starting at $110,000. Apparently, the tag didn’t scare anyone away as those sold out within the first 10 minutes of pre-order. For the more frugal Hummer fan, well, a small price slash is coming your way in 2024 with a $79,995 version.
Batmobile or Cadillac?
Cadillac is as American as apple pie and baseball, but it's been eclipsed by the European luxury automakers for decades now. In an attempt to revive the American luxury brand, the parent company, GM, is aiming to move the entire brand to EVs, and the
Celestiqmodel will be its creme de la creme.
The Celestiq design takes a large amount of influence from previous Cadillacs with an art deco twist. It’s bold, beautiful, and with a $300,000 price tag, the epitome of ultra-luxury. Only 400 will be handmade a year with the first ones expecting to hit the road in 2025.
Insurance for any and all rides
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