New Chevy Volt 2021 Rumors, Changes
New Chevy Volt 2021 Rumors, Changes – Following the news in late November that General Motors will kill the Chevrolet Volt, one of the modern pioneers of plug-in cars, senior GM executives have hinted-strong-that it will not return.
On Friday, in the Q&A session after the company’s investor conference, President Mark Reuss came into their hopes. In response to a question about building a hybrid future, Reuss said, “Hybrid-only countermeasures to ICE,” referring to the internal combustion engine.
After a broad conference call focused on the company’s investment priorities, Reuss continued, “You can’t spend money to force customers to bring in additional goodies that they might not need. “
It sounds like a direct reference to the range-extending machine when electricity and charging can sooner accomplish the same thing.
“Alternatively, you can spend your money to get an actual answer, which provides zero customer emissions, ongoing, affordable solutions,” Reuss added.
Fans expect that the company plans to replace it with other plug-in hybrids with the same technology-based on GM’s Voltec system on the Volt generation for the year 2021, where it invests a majority of one billion dollars a dozen or more years ago.
But the message can hardly be clearer, that GM plans to focus on the battery of a pure electric car in the future, and not the “waste ” Building resources of the plug-in hybrid.
Hope for a volt replacement that may be somewhat larger – perhaps a crossover or something with more rear seat-sound space tends to be unfulfilled, despite the fact that GM plans to introduce exactly like a car in China this year: Buick Velite 6 plug-in hybrid. The Velite 6 is also expected to have a fully electric option when it lasts for sale.
This new GM strategy is backed by the main announcement that the company will focus its next electrical efforts under the Cadillac brand much more expensive. Obviously, GM feels hot from Tesla, which starts with an investment amortization strategy in establishing a new battery supply by selling Cutting-edge luxury cars, instead of relying on tax credits to try and sell a large number of affordable cars to the masses.
The question now is whether the top GM move for the electric model will come just as the buyers are more mainstream, with a lower budget, start shopping for electric cars, and whether the power-car charging infrastructure has been Reaching the circumstances where their mainstream shoppers don’t have to worry about reach – and be entertained by having an “Extra ” gas engine, just in case.