GM to Replace Chevrolet Express with EVs in 2026  

GM plans to discontinue its Chevrolet Express cargo and passenger vans in 2026 and replace them with electric alternatives. The company is expected to begin the development of the new vans in 2025.

The electric van is expected to have a range of up to 300 miles. It also should be able to carry up to 10 passengers.

The Chevrolet Express will Be No More in 2026

GM is considering electrifying the future of its commercial fleet, so the last Chevrolet Express will stop being manufactured after 2025. GM has yet to announce its plans after discontinuing the vans. Still, the company will likely continue to manufacture electrified vehicles for commercial use. This move is part of GM's larger plan to phase out internal combustion engines and shift to electric powertrains.

The Chevrolet Express has been a staple in GM's fleet of commercial vehicles for many years. It's an old design, but it's still one of the most popular vans on the market. Despite its age, the Express has been a consistent sales performer for GM. There's a good reason why it's been around for so long.

The all-electric BrightDrop Zevo 600 delivery van from GM is a sight. The Chevrolet Express could soon follow in its footsteps.

The first-generation Express van sat on the GMT 600 platform. Still, in 2003, an updated model switched to the more advanced GMT 610 platform.

The move to a more modern platform enables the Chevrolet Express to benefit from features like all-electric powertrain technology and autonomous driving capabilities. In addition, the Chevrolet Express could soon be the most advanced delivery van, thanks to its adoption of the BrightDrop Zevo 600's cutting-edge design.

This Chevrolet Express model is still available, with changes to the styling and powertrain. The Express has been updated with several new engines and transmissions, but the basic design remains the same. The Express is an excellent option for businesses that need a reliable cargo van with plenty of space. It's also famous for people who need a vehicle for weekend projects or family trips.

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GM announced that they will replace the Chevrolet Express with electric vehicles in 2026. If you're interested in learning more about the changes, we invite you to visit our Arlington, TX, dealership. We'll be happy to answer any of your questions and provide you with a closer look at GM's electric fleet.