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Chevrolet Camaro-like Electric Sports Car All But Confirmed By Teaser Image

Two years ago, Chevy treated enthusiasts with an image dubbed “5 in ’15.” The teaser in question was our first official glimpse of the 2016 Chevrolet Camaro, and as you might have heard, history has this habit of repeating itself.
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A week ago, General Motors outlined the all-electric path to zero emissions. Essentially a business plan that will see “at least 20 new all-electric vehicles” launch by 2023, the release is joined by an image of many, many covered cars.

The Bolt sits at the center, which is only natural considering the all-electric hatchback’s platform will usher in a lot of EVs in the near future. Of the two electric vehicles confirmed for introduction in the next 18 months (by January 2019), the first is expected to come in the form of a Buick-badged crossover.

In the background, you’ll notice that one of the covered cars is a two-door coupe with Camaro influences around the rear and profile. Spotted by GM Authority, the electric sports car is a mystery at this point in time. An electric Camaro is out of the question if chief engineer Al Oppenheiser is to be expected, but the question is, what badge will the electric sports coupe bear?

“General Motors believes in an all-electric future,” said Mark Reuss, the executive vice president of Product Development, Purchasing and Supply Chain at the biggest of the Big Three. “Although that future won't happen overnight, GM is committed to driving increased usage and acceptance of electric vehicles through no-compromise solutions that meet our customers' needs,” he added.

From the pictured released by General Motors, we can also identify four SUVs, a hatchback, a sedan, and a Renault Twizy-looking thing on the center-right of the Bolt. In addition to battery-dependent EVs, General Motors is also interested in fuel cell technology, as previewed by the self-driving GM Surus Concept.

 
 
 
 
 

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