General Motors’ plans for electrifying its lineup have been in the air for the past few days. Last week the former global giant shared some of its strategies in the domain - and since it didn't tell us quite everything, the rumour mill is up and running.
We do know that a host of new electric models will make their debut in the coming months and years. These include the upcoming Cadillac Lyriq, the next-generation Chevrolet Bolt, the Bolt-inspired SUV (Bolt EUV) and the GMC Hummer.
We might well add the Chevrolet Camaro to this list. Speculation as to such a creature being born has been rampant on the web this past week. Why? Because of a short video posted by GM on Twitter that suggests an electric-powered Camaro might be in the company’s plans.
The video shows the broad outlines of different models mounted on the BEV3 platform, specially designed for GM's recently announced electric vehicles. The company said that the platform will be flexible enough to accommodate a number of different products.