Ford and Hyundai have been listening to consumers for years, introducing smaller, more affordable pickup trucks to the Maverick and Santa Cruz. General Motors has noticed that light trucks are selling well and is considering launching its own light truck.
reported that car newsGM wants to introduce a smaller entry-level pickup truck than ford maverick and the Hyundai Santa CruzThe outlet has reportedly seen the pickup truck at GM’s electric vehicle design studio in Warren, Michigan, claiming it looks “futuristic and sporty.”
Interestingly, the outlet said GM didn’t have a branded badge on the vehicle. Marketing images of the truck show consumers are using the vehicle for recreational activities, the outlet claims.
Two-door pickup trucks have beds that are 4 to 4.5 feet long and have low rooflines, which can contribute to the “sporty” look seen in outlets. The truck is reportedly electric and the lowest price he has is less than $30,000.
This isn’t the first time we’ve heard of GM’s plans to launch a light electric truck. last octoberbut at the time the track was rumored to be part of GMC Hummer EV family.based on car newsGM seems to be sticking with the original idea, according to the latest report, but the proposed $30,000 price tag chevrolet badge.
When ford When hyundai As the only two automakers to sell compact pickup trucks, there’s plenty of room for GM to have two that act as direct competitors. However, GM seems to want to create its own segment with small electric trucks.
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http://www.carsdirect.com/automotive-news/green-technology/gm-may-build-a-tiny-2-door-ev-truck GM could build a small two-door EV truck