When Does Chevrolet Plan To Be All Electric?  

Chevrolet recently announced that it plans to be all-electric soon. This decision is part of the automaker's new goal to reduce its environmental impact. Chevrolet's all-electric lineup will include cars, SUVs, and trucks. While this decision may surprise some, it makes sense in light of the current automotive market. Electric vehicles are becoming more and more popular, and Chevrolet wants to stay ahead of the curve. With this announcement, Chevrolet is signaling that it is committed to being a leader in the electric vehicle market.

Will Chevrolet ever go all electric?

Chevrolet is working to meet their goal of an all-electric lineup by 2030. While this decision may seem sudden, it's been a long time coming. Chevrolet released the Bolt in 2016, the first step towards completely switching to electric vehicles. The Bolt offered a glimpse of what Chevrolet has planned for its future. The Bolt is available in more states across the US, which signals that even more electric vehicles are on their way.

What does Chevrolet have planned for its future cars?

Chevrolet has some great ideas for its upcoming cars. However, the automaker wants to ensure they get these new designs right before they launch. As a result, Chevrolet isn't rushing their new electric vehicles to market. Instead, the Bolt was released as a test run for Chevrolet's future cars. Suppose consumers have questions or concerns about the car. In that case, it doesn't make sense for Chevrolet to release more electric vehicles just yet.

Chevrolet has three cars in the works, which will all be launched by 2020. The first is an electric SUV, which will launch in late 2018. This SUV will have a range of at least 200 miles and a price tag of around $30,000. Chevrolet plans to release more details on this car later this year. The second is a mid-sized electric car, which will be available in the fall of 2019. It will most likely have all the same specs as its SUV counterpart, but it will cost less to make. Finally, Chevrolet has a Bolt-based electric car planned for 2020. This car may look different from the Bolt and feature a lower price tag.


There are still many unanswered questions about when and how Chevrolet plans to go all-electric.

The company has not released an official timeline for its all-electric plan. Still, it seems that they are slowly moving in that direction.

There have been some recent announcements from GM about new electric vehicles to see more information on this topic soon.

In the meantime, it will be interesting to see what Chevy does with the Bolt and how their all-electric plan unfolds.