General Motors (GM) has been making pickup trucks since the early 1900s. It has come a long way since then, offering several models with different engines and features. But one thing they haven’t offered yet is a hybrid pickup truck.
The current GM lineup includes the Chevrolet Silverado, GMC Sierra, and Cadillac Escalade. All three are available with a variety of gasoline and diesel engines, as well as four-wheel drive. However, none of these models are available with a hybrid powertrain.
The idea of a hybrid pickup truck is intriguing. It would offer the power of a traditional gasoline or diesel engine while also being more fuel-efficient and environmentally friendly. And it could potentially save drivers a significant amount of money on fuel costs.
There are some other automakers that have already released hybrid pickup trucks, such as the Ford F-150 Hybrid and Ram 1500 Hybrid. While these models may not be as powerful as their non-hybrid counterparts, they offer improved fuel efficiency and reduced emissions.
GM has been making strides in the electric vehicle market in recent years with its Chevrolet Bolt EV and Cadillac CT6 Plug-In Hybrid. But so far it hasn’t indicated any plans to produce a hybrid pickup truck.
At this time, it appears that GM does not have plans to produce a hybrid pickup truck. While other automakers have released such vehicles, GM has yet to follow suit. Whether or not this changes in the future remains to be seen.