As the effects of climate change continue to harm people and the planet, car manufacturers are taking action to reduce vehicle emissions. General Motors (GM) in particular, has released it’s 10th annual sustainability report which outlines its stance and progress on environmental stewardship, safety, inclusion and health. According to GM, the company is committed to its vision of a world free of emissions, congestion and car accidents. One way they’re working towards this goal is with the development of plug-in hybrid electric vehicles (PHEV) and all electric vehicles (EVs).
EVs are better for the environment than traditional gas-powered vehicles because they emit fewer to zero emissions. This depends on whether the vehicle is a hybrid or fully electric. The only difference between the two is that a a plug-in hybrid uses both battery powered electricity as well as gasoline for power.
On this episode of the Green Living GuyⓇ TV show, learn all about GM’s Cadillac CT6 plug-in hybrid and the Hummer EV. Below are some hightlighst from the show. Please remember to subscribe to the Y Networks on Youtube so you don’t ever miss an episode.
Cadillac CT6 plug-in hybrid
- 0-60 MPH in 5.3 seconds
- Fuel efficiency – 65MPGe
- +/- 700 million miles of electric motor only
- All electric range up to 30 miles
- 2.0 liter high-performance turbo charged engine
- 220 V charger so you can fully recharge in under 5 hours
- 18.4kWh lithium-ion battery pack
- Braking electric variable technology
- Traction power invertor module
- Fully electric
- 1,000 horsepower
- 0-60 in 3 seconds
- 11,500 pound-feet of torque
- Lowers truck 2” for enhanced aerdynamic
- Up to 350KW+ 800V DC fast charging (compatible on select trims)
- Available charging up to 100 miles in 10 minutes+
- Driving range of 350+ miles