We’re dedicated to designing, building and selling the world’s best vehicles with your business needs and bottom line in mind. Propelled by innovation, our engineers are developing advanced technologies to improve fuel economy,
decrease emissions and a reduced our dependence on petroleum.
We already have 14 models that offer an EPA-est. 30 MPG highway, including
several hybrids. Just last year we introduced the dynamic new Volt1 – the world's
first extended-range gas-generated electric vehicle. But we're not stopping there;
we're expanding our range of alternative fuel technologies with Compressed Natural
Gas (CNG) and Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG). Plus other exciting options like
diesel, biofuels and hydrogen fuel cell vehicles, which will help us continue to deliver
not only the world's best vehicles, but also the world's leading technology.
We’re dedicated to designing and selling the world's best vehicles with your business needs and bottom line in mind. Propelled by innovation, our engineers are developing alternative fuel vehicles and advanced technologies to improve fuel economy and reduce our dependence on petroleum.
We continue to work efficiently, so you can too. Thanks to a committed research program, many of our models offer innovative engine advancements such as Active Fuel Management, diesel technology, and Spark-Ignition Direct Injection that helps optimize fuel economy. All are designed to help you run a smarter and more cost-effective business fleet.
For 2016, GM offers 24 models with an EPA-estimated 30 MPG highway1 or better:
Chevrolet Impala Limited (EPA-estimated 30 MPG hwy)
Chevrolet Equinox (EPA-estimated 32 MPG hwy)
In the quest to help reduce gasoline consumption, there are answers — biofuels, such as E85 ethanol2 and B20 diesel. These alternatives could help offset future vehicle energy demands.
We offer multiple 2016 FlexFuel vehicle models, including:
All of our available Duramax 6.6L Turbo-Diesel V8 engines are capable of running on B20 biodiesel. The Duramax powers the redesigned Chevrolet Silverado and GMC Sierra heavy-duty pickups and is also available on the Chevrolet Express and GMC Savana full-size vans.
The Chevrolet Volt gives you the benefits of an electric vehicle while offering extended range capability using gasoline. Its stunning design and available advanced safety features are paired with an efficient dual-electric motor and a 1.5L direct injected high-efficiency engine, allowing for up to 53 pure electric miles3 on a single full charge and more than 420 highway miles of total range with a full charge and a full tank of gasoline.3 When the battery runs low, a gas-powered engine/generator seamlessly operates to extend the driving range.
With an all-electric drive system and an electric range of more than 200 miles4, the Chevrolet Bolt EV, available late 2016, is the electric vehicle that can add a charge to your business. Thanks to an innovative battery cell arrangement, Bolt EV features an enclosed low-profile underbody that maximizes interior space for both passengers and cargo. The available 240-volt charging unit recharges Bolt EV at the rate of 25 miles per every hour of charge, with a complete recharge requiring about 9 hours.5
Sold in Oregon and California, the Chevrolet Spark EV (EPA-estimated 109 MPGe highway) is the most efficient EV in its class.6 You can reach zero to 60 MPH in 7.2 seconds and travel an average range of 82 miles per full charge.7
General Motors Fleet offers hybrid vehicles that can deliver the best of both worlds for your business.
The Chevrolet Malibu hybrid comes equipped with a 1.8L hybrid engine that offers 47 MPG city8 and features such as the Drive Efficiency Gauge to help you make the most out of your miles.
Combining luxury with efficiency, the Cadillac CT6 Plug-In Hybrid, arriving early 2017, is estimated to travel approximately 30 miles solely on electric power when fully charged. With an estimated fuel economy of 65 MPGe (miles per gallon equivalence)4, CT6 Plug-In Hybrid provides a premium driving experience without sacrificing efficiency.
Hydrogen fuel cells are part of our advanced propulsion portfolio. In collaboration with Honda, we are developing next-gen hydrogen fuel cell systems and storage technologies for the 2020 time frame.