Things are about to start moving quickly at General Motors (GM) on the electrification front. Not a week goes by these days without some new bit of news or at least a new rumour popping up.
This week, the story is the possible introduction of an electric Cadillac SUV, made in the form of the Escalade but built on the structure of the future all-electric GMC Hummer.
If we look back to the beginning of 2019, on the eve of the Detroit Auto Show, we see Cadillac previewing its first electric vehicle, an unnamed three-row crossover. At the time, the company said that it would be "the first of GM's new-generation electric vehicles".
Today, GM unveiled some of its plans for those EVs, notably confirming development of a new Cadillac vehicle roughly the dimensions of the Escalade, but which would use the platform of the future GMC Hummer electric vehicle. Cadillac didn't reveal anything beyond that about the model-to-be, but it did have more to say about the Hummer EV’s platform.