With the shift to electric cars, practically every carmaker now has the opportunity to create sub-brands

 By adopting the Mach-E moniker, the Ford Mustang evolved into an electric SUV.

With plans to create a sub-brand for the electrified Chevy Corvette, General Motors has its eyes set a little higher.

Everything is on the table, as we have learnt, and nothing is off limits.

 Future Corvette sedans might compete with the Tesla Model S and Porsche Taycan.

The next-generation GM Ultium batteries and drive motors would be used in conjunction with the new GM

 BEV3 architecture to produce plenty of power for this electric sports vehicle.

The potential existence of an all-electric Corvette crossover SUV is another factor.

This might compete with other all-electric SUVs from Porsche and be the response to the Porsche Taycan Cross Turismo

Currently, a new flagship EV SUV that will sit above the Cayenne is being considered.

The Ford Mustang and Mustang Mach-E have taught us that two vehicles can coexist and be prosperous. 

GM is unable to produce this automobile quickly enough to meet demand since it is the first model 

The Stingray and Z06 models both sold more than anticipated, and future C8 variations like the E-Ray, ZR1

GM plans to launch the new Corvette sub-brand in 2025 with cars going on sale in 2026.