Recently, a new petition called for General Motors, in order to stand by its promise of coming up with the Chevy Equinox EV with a starting price of “around $30,000.”
Petition for GM to keep Equinox EV price around $30K
GM is revealing its planning of developing EVs for everyone.” This comprises a range starts from SUVs, trucks, sedans, luxury cars, and more. Notably, the American automaker presently has one electric vehicle in its product line that is priced below $56,715 – the Chevy Bolt. While the Bolt EV and EUV begin with price tags of $26,500 and $27,800. Although, both of these models are being discontinued.
According to GM’s CEO Mary Barra, the company was thinking of ending Chevy Bolt EV production at the end of the year. The step is intended to target the scaling of its Ultium-based models. At the same time, a successor has been approved. The automaker has yet to disclose the timeline of when the vehicle hit the roads.
Lately, GMS’s all-new electric SUV, the Blazer EV, has started rolling off the assembly line. This gives us the indication that deliveries starting soon. However, the Blazer EV was earlier predicted to come with an entry-level 1LT trim for around $45K. While GM discarded the cheaper model.
2024 Blazer EV
The order requests for 2024 Blazer EV models opened last week. This comprises the variants, 2LT AWD which comes with a price tag of $56,715, and the RS AWD, costing $60,215 respectively.
In order to ensure with respect to the forthcoming model Equinox EV. The Electric Vehicle Association has created a petition. This is to hold GM’s responsibility by persuading them to stand by its starting price of “around $30,000” for the 1LT model.
At the same time, the organization educates and advocates for the adoption of zero-emission EVs. While, in order to ensure access, budgeted models will certainly play a key role. The automaker is aware of this since bolt EV sales are responsible for approximately 90% of GM’s all-electric sales in the second quarter.