- GM has announced that it has cancelled its plans to unveil its new electric vehicle at this year’s Consumer Electronics Show.
- GM is blaming the recent 40-day UAW strike for delaying the project.
- A spokesperson told Motor Trend that GM representatives were unwilling to cross picket lines “to move concepts out of studios or take dies out of plants to get the vehicle ready.”
- When they ran out of time in development, the automaker decided not to reveal a model at CES that wasn’t ready.
- The model in question hasn’t been confirmed, but Motor Trend suggests it could be an EV crossover from GM’s Cadillac brand.
- The model in development was first introduced at the Detroit Auto Show in early 2019.
- Cadillac recently announced that most – if not all – of its models would be electric by 2030.