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General Motors Gives Themselves 18 Months To Pick Up From Bolt

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With the Chevrolet Bolt on the road, we knew that GM was going to come out with more EV models in the near future but nobody knew when that was going to happen until now.

According to GM, they are looking to launch two new electric-powered vehicles within the next 18 months. They added that the new models will be build based on what they have learned from the Bolt EV.

We do not know what brands the new EVs will be carrying but they will arrive as the first 2 of the 20 EV and fuel cell vehicle that GM plans to offer by 2023. GM made it clear that they think EV is the way of the future and that they are slowing working their way towards an all-electric future.

There were rumors suggesting that this could be the Bolt-based crossover for Buick but we will have to wait and see.

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