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  1. General Motors Confirms Plans for Electric Pickup Truck to Rival Ford, Rivian, Tesla https://www.rivianautomotiveclub.com/home/ev-news/general-motors-confirms-plans-for-electric-pickup-truck-to-rival-ford-rivian-tesla
  2. John Goreham Contributing Writer, GM-Trucks.com 3-27-2019 Tesla's most recent imaginary product is its pickup truck. Tesla does not promote its products in the same fashion that many other automakers do. Instead, the company's leader takes to social media and engages directly with fans, trolls, and customers. In a recent exchange, shown above, Musk was bantering back and forth with his followers about pickup trucks. In part of the exchange, he calls a Ram truck owner's 12,000 pounds of workload being towed "puny," and makes fun of his work. Musk, being the savvy sosh media mogul he is, didn't add any smile emojis to signal that he was kidding, so we will assume he is sincere. What say you GM-trucks.com faithful? is 12,000 pounds of steel being towed behind a work truck "puny?" If so, where do you draw the line between puny and a respectable amount of towed weight? Here's another topic for discussion. If you were considering a truck with which to tow, would you consider an EV with a 300-mile range and 20,000-pound towing rating if it cost you $100K? What would you pay?
  3. John Goreham Contributing Writer, GM-Trucks.com 6-26-2018 Elon Musk, CEO of Tesla, Inc. reached out to the EVangelists of Earth today and asked for help designing the new pickup truck he has in mind. Setting aside the fact that Musk has been “sleeping on the Gigafactory floor” while trying to sort out SNAFUS with the $55K to $84K Model 3 compact sedan, and that Musk also has a new Roadster, Semi, and possibly a crossover ahead of the pickup, what would your wish list include? One fan suggested “Retractable steps to aid enter and exit. Also, something to help with unloading the bed would be cool.” Folding solar panels for charging "in the boonies" is another common theme. No need to ask for twist, Musk has that covered and says, "The Tesla Truck will have dual motor all-wheel drive w crazy torque & a suspension that dynamically adjusts for load. Those will be standard." What would you ask for in an electric truck with a price of roughly $95K to $175K?
  4. John Goreham Contributing Writer, GM-Trucks.com 9-13-2016 Chevy and the Bolt EV put a smack-down on the folks at Tesla today and it isn't the first time. First, it was GM releasing a production version of the Bolt to the press, something Tesla has not yet done with its fourth model, which it calls the Model 3. Next, Chevy came off the top rope with news that its Bolt would be on sale by Fall 2016, possibly years ahead of the Model 3. However, the news today that the EPA has already given its estimate of the Bolt's range at 238 miles was the big finish. Tesla has not provided firm specifications for its Model 3 yet, but has hinted that 215 miles is the target range. Tesla came up with idea that an EV with 200 miles of range would be immune from the range-anxiety that lesser EVs instill in shoppers. Both Chevy and Tesla are planning to sell these new 200-plus-mile models in the "affordable" range. Chevy reiterated today that its base Bolt will come in under $30K when the federal $7,500 taxpayer give-away is added to the mix. Throw in a state taxpayer incentive of $2K and the Bolt is suddenly priced very close to some gasoline-powered cars its size.
  5. The Bolt EV Concept champions the following: 200-mile electric range Proposed $30,000 price tag Designed to be 50-state legal Selectable operating modes designed around driving styles such as commuting and cruising Supports DC fast charging Sleek exterior style with virtually no front or rear overhang Lightweight materials, including aluminum, magnesium, carbon fiber, and woven mesh keep curb weight down LED headlamps and tail lamps Uses a new "Bolt EV App" A smartphone can be used as a key Allows ride-sharing management, including reservations, vehicle location, digital key, and even payment processing Incorporates automatic park and retrieval technology, which can summon the Bolt to the owner's location from a parking spot. "The Bolt EV concept is a game-changing electric vehicle designed for attainability, not exclusivity," said General Motors CEO Mary Barra. "Chevrolet believes electrification is a pillar of future transportation and needs to be affordable for a wider segment of customers."
  6. By Zane Merva Executive Editor, GM-Trucks.com 1/12/2015 No, you're not reading it wrong. Bolt, just like Volt. Both share plug-in electric motors but the Bolt goes farther. Much farther. 200 miles. Better yet, the claim is it could only cost $30,000. It's only a concept today but is Chevrolet teasing a future Tesla Model III competitor? Introduced at this year's 2015 North American International Auto Show in Detroit, Michigan, the Chevy Bolt EV Concept draws from the brand's experience producing the Volt and the Spark EV. The Bolt EV Concept champions the following: 200-mile electric range Proposed $30,000 price tag Designed to be 50-state legal Selectable operating modes designed around driving styles such as commuting and cruising Supports DC fast charging Sleek exterior style with virtually no front or rear overhang Lightweight materials, including aluminum, magnesium, carbon fiber, and woven mesh keep curb weight down LED headlamps and tail lamps Uses a new "Bolt EV App" A smartphone can be used as a key Allows ride-sharing management, including reservations, vehicle location, digital key, and even payment processing Incorporates automatic park and retrieval technology, which can summon the Bolt to the owner's location from a parking spot. "The Bolt EV concept is a game-changing electric vehicle designed for attainability, not exclusivity," said General Motors CEO Mary Barra. "Chevrolet believes electrification is a pillar of future transportation and needs to be affordable for a wider segment of customers."
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