The National Hockey League has unveiled its 2020 electric family car lineup, with four electric family vehicles expected to enter the lineup.
The five-cylinder turbocharged Chevrolet Bolt EV, the first electric family vehicle to enter production, is expected to be a first-generation model.
The Bolt EV will debut at the 2019 NHL All-Star Game in Las Vegas, which will mark the first time the league has used a sports car in its lineup.
Chevrolet will also debut a fully electric, plug-in hybrid version of the Bolt EV.
The 2019 Bolt EV is expected at least as powerful as a full-size sedan, and it will be the first fully electric family sedan in the league.
The Bolt EV and the Chevrolet Bolt are expected to compete against each other in the 2018 Honda Civic Hybrid lineup.
Honda will make the 2019 Honda Civic, which is powered by the next-generation Cummins turbocharged 4.5-liter turbocharged V6.
It will compete against the Chevrolet Volt, the plug-ins electric version of Honda’s previous-generation Civic hybrid, as well as other plug-and-play electric models.