Saw the article announcing the pending arrival of chevy/caddillac luxury entry into the EV market.
Essentially, its a chevy volt, with a couple more interior luxury appointments.
However, it will be priced very close to the same as base MS.
It doesnt have the storage capacity or the roomy space of the MS.
It doesnt have the power of the MS or speed or handling performance.
It doesnt have the display monitor or self improving software.
Its battery doesnt have the range of the MS, in fact the range is something under 60 miles i believe.
It is still a hybrid, so technically it still needs gas. But it will also hence need oil changes, more repairs, with more moving parts, drivetrains, transmission, carbeurators etc.
Its only real advantage to the MS it points to is that it has overall more range than the MS since it can run on gas after the battery is empty.
Does this equate to charging equal price to the MS?
I must be missing something, surely those bright minds at GM management ranks are smarter than me, but i cant figure it out....
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