A second recap of the news of the week including small changes for the 2020 Camaro, a GM electric truck in the works and a rendering of an upcoming Ford electric SUV.
2020 Chevrolet Camaro Gets Minimal Visual Changes
The 2020 Chevy Camaro gets a slightly redesigned grille, but you have to be a true Camaro expert to really notice the changes. The Chevy muscle car also adds a 10-speed automatic gearbox taken from the V8 model to the 3.6-liter V6 engine. Other changes include new 20-inch wheels, Recaro seats available on more versions and dark-tinted tail lamps on certain models.
Read more about the 2020 Chevy Camaro changes.
GM CEO Confirms GM Electric Truck is Coming
General Motors CEO Mary Barra confirmed during a call with investors that the company was working on a fully electric truck. The GM electric truck will fit within a wide-ranging EV strategy from General Motors that will lead to 20 new electrified vehicles by 2023. Barra spoke of a full lineup of electric trucks, but didn’t provide further details. An eventual electric pickup from GM would compete with the Rivian R1T and eventual Tesla pickup.
Read more about GM’s plans for an electric truck.
Ford Mustang-inspired Ford Electric SUV Rendered
It’s no secret that Ford is working on a performance, Mustang-based electric vehicle that’s rumored to be an SUV. At this point, however, we have no info on what Ford is actually working on and we are therefore left with renderings and rumors. The rendering above showed what a possible electrified performance SUV from Ford could look like.
Read more about the Ford Mustang-based electric Ford SUV rendering.