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New Model Year 2023 Light-duty Vehicles Awarded

WASHINGTON, DC — The U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) recently awarded new 2023 light-duty vehicle models. The agency leverages the buying power of the federal government while also streamlining and simplifying the procurement process for federal agencies and industry partners. These new light-duty vehicle models give federal customers more opportunities to meet the Biden-Harris Administration’s climate change goals, including 100% of light-duty zero-emission vehicle (ZEV) acquisitions by 2027 and 100% ZEV vehicle acquisitions by 2035. 

“We’re pleased to make the latest vehicles available for purchase or lease to our federal agency partners to help them fulfill their missions,” said GSA Assistant Commissioner for Travel, Transportation, and Logistics Crystal Philcox. “Last fiscal year, more than 38,000 vehicles were purchased, of which 3,567 were ZEVs. It’s great to see our partners embracing these electric vehicles and including them in their FY23 fleet plans.”  

GSA provides both traditional fossil fuel-powered vehicles and zero-emission vehicle options,  including battery electric vehicles (BEV) and plug-in hybrid electric vehicle (PHEV) models. GSA awarded 17 model year 2023 light-duty ZEVs across multiple brands and vehicle categories: sedans, vans, light-duty pickup trucks, crossovers, and sport utility vehicles. Agencies can purchase these vehicles through GSA AutoChoice or lease them from GSA Fleet.

GSA will keep the light-duty vehicle solicitation open for the entirety of the contract period for emerging technology vehicles in order to offer customers new ZEV models as they become available. 

GSA is the mandatory source for executive agencies purchasing non-tactical vehicles in the United States, excluding postal vehicles. To learn more about the GSA Fleet program, check out For information on GSA’s latest ZEV offerings and electric vehicle supply equipment, visit


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