Electric Hawkesbury


GM is entering a new era, for a more eco-responsible future. In its initiative toward carbon-neutral products and activities by 2040, GM has announced the arrival of electrified versions of some of its iconic vehicles, including the Silverado, the Equinox, the Blazer, the Hummer, and the Cadillac. Built on our revolutionary modular Ultium platform, all new electric vehicles will have an unprecedented range and will easily hold their charge. Thanks to it, you’ll get more storage space, better weight distribution for a more responsive ride, and a perfect mix of power, flexibility, and possibilities. Accompanied by our Ultifi, the integrated Google, and our Super Cruise, you will have everything at your disposal to make driving more pleasant and ensure that your vehicle runs smoothly. With our app, stay connected, personalize your GM, and enjoy the ride with our hands-free technology. Here’s what you need to know about our models.


Price: Starting at $54,548
Estimated autonomy:  Up to 515 km (fully charged)

Expected for 2024, the electric Blazer will be built entirely on the Ultium platform to ensure a better range that stands out from competitors and a performance worthy of GM. Several versions will be offered including the 1LT, the 2LT, the RS, and the SS (Super Sport).

The 2024 electric Blazer will offer all the safety technologies as well as those to make driving more enjoyable, such as the Super Cruise for hands-free driving. To start the vehicle, you no longer need to turn the key or press a button, just press the brake when the key is around, and off you go!

With its performance of 500 horsepower and its torque of 648 lb-ft, the SS version offers an acceleration from 0 to 96 km/h in less than 4 seconds. It will also be equipped with one-pedal steering to recover the kinetic energy of the SUV.


Price: To come
Estimated autonomy: To come

The electric Equinox offers a dynamic new design and a fully digital diagonal central screen combined with instrumentation for smoother navigation. Thanks to its modern futuristic styling, it is easily distinguished from its gas-powered sibling. Two versions have been named, LT and RS, which will be built on the Ultium platform, so we can expect an autonomy of between 400 and 500 km. More details will be revealed in the coming months, but when it comes to pricing, the Equinox EV should have a starting price of around $35,000.


Price: Starting at $39,893
Estimated range: Up to 640 km (full charge)

A direct current (DC) fast-charging station allows you to gain 160 km in just 10 minutes. With more than 660 horsepower, going from 0 to 96 km/h in 4.5 seconds and its torque of 780 lb-ft, your Silverado EV will have nothing to envy to gas-powered trucks. Its box will be adapted to items longer than 3m (10 ft) thanks to the retractable rear benches and the multi-flex central tailgate with an optional hatch. Additionally, it will have a maximum towing capacity of 10,000 lbs (4,534 kg) or up to 20,000 lbs (9,071 kg) on ​​the future WT model. Added to all this, the Silverado EV will feature new 4-wheel steering and GM’s Air Ride adaptive suspension for a comfortable ride in all road conditions.


Price: Starting at $88,898
Estimated range: More than 480 km (SUV) and 560 km (Pick up) as an option

Using a direct current fast-charging station will get 129 km of autonomy in about 10 minutes. Two versions of the Hummer will be electrified, the Pickup and the SUV, which will respectively offer power up to 1000 hp and 830 hp, will go from 0 to 97 km/h in about 3 seconds, and will have up to 11,500 lbs. -ft of torque in option. Both coupes will feature four-wheel steering, dynamic suspension thanks to GM’s Air Ride, and an electronically controlled ETrunk front trunk.


Price: Starting at $70,148 
Estimated range: Up to 502 km

Recharging at home with alternating current (19.2 kW) will give you 83 km/hour while recharging with DC will give you up to 122 km of autonomy in about 10 minutes. Two versions will be offered, either rear-wheel drive or all-wheel drive, with 500 hp and 325 lb-ft of torque. Several driving modes will be offered including Tour, Snow/Ice, Sport, and My mode. The Cadillac LYRIQ offers a futuristic design and lots of technologies to make the road more pleasant and safe.


Over the next few years, General Motors will move towards an emission-free business. Not only by offering more and more efficient electric vehicles but also by opting for electric delivery with BrightDrop, making electrification more accessible, and simplifying the charging experience thanks to the Ultium Charge 360. Order yours today and be part of this great movement towards an electric world.