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From the article, the Equinox EV is set to go on sale fall 2023 starting at $30,000.

Surprisingly Hot-Lookin' Electric Chevrolet Equinox Coming Next Year

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That looks really impressive - lots of Lucid Air styling in there. I may just go electric after all. I don't figure on buying a new car 'til the clutch on my Dart is paid off, for less than the price of a “market adjustment” on a new car... and then I can choose between Airflow, Equinox, and a few others. The longest drive I have is 290 miles, and I need to rest during the trip, so range shouldn't be a big issue.

Nobody seems to be giving GM any credit for moving past the Bolt, but did you notice this?

BrightDrop, the technology company decarbonizing last-mile delivery, announced it is adding Walmart to its growing roster of customers, and expanding its relationship with FedEx. Walmart signed an agreement to reserve 5,000 of BrightDrop’s EV600 and smaller EV410 electric delivery vans to support the retail giant’s growing last mile delivery network and goal of operating a zero-emissions logistics fleet by 2040.

(I may be unusual here for wishing General Motors well. I still hope Ram trounces them, but I hope Ram does it by having higher sales, not be GM failing. Lots of good people working at GM, lots of good suppliers in common, and I want them to remember that they turned around because an engineer, not an accountant or lawyer, was in charge.)
 

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That looks really impressive - lots of Lucid Air styling in there. I may just go electric after all. I don't figure on buying a new car 'til the clutch on my Dart is paid off, for less than the price of a “market adjustment” on a new car... and then I can choose between Airflow, Equinox, and a few others. The longest drive I have is 290 miles, and I need to rest during the trip, so range shouldn't be a big issue.

Nobody seems to be giving GM any credit for moving past the Bolt, but did you notice this?

BrightDrop, the technology company decarbonizing last-mile delivery, announced it is adding Walmart to its growing roster of customers, and expanding its relationship with FedEx. Walmart signed an agreement to reserve 5,000 of BrightDrop’s EV600 and smaller EV410 electric delivery vans to support the retail giant’s growing last mile delivery network and goal of operating a zero-emissions logistics fleet by 2040.

(I may be unusual here for wishing General Motors well. I still hope Ram trounces them, but I hope Ram does it by having higher sales, not be GM failing. Lots of good people working at GM, lots of good suppliers in common, and I want them to remember that they turned around because an engineer, not an accountant or lawyer, was in charge.)
I work at the CAMI plant where we will be building the BrightDrop vehicles. I hope they sell better than anything Mopar has but that’s just personal opinion.
 

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Still the Chrysler airflow is more appealing to me.
 

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I like the Airflow but it looks like Chevy will beat Chrysler to the market. Also, didn't Chrysler say so far the Airflow is just a concept and not necessarily a vehicle that will see production like this? IMHO Stellantis needs to hurry up a bit...
 
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