General Motors shared details of its strategy to grow the company’s electric vehicle sales quickly, efficiently and profitably. GM is aggressively going after every aspect in the EV ecosystem as it works to create a zero-emissions future.
GM is making electric vehicle charging for employees more accessible by adding 3,500 new EV charging plugs throughout its U.S. and Canadian facilities. Increasing EV charging availability to consumers is a top contributor to growing EV adoption.
To further support its emerging EV portfolio, GM is improving charging infrastructure to enable its commitment to putting an EV in every driveway. Dalya Aboona is an EV charging and infrastructure lead for GM #IntroduceAGirlToEngineeringDay
This National Engineers Week, GM celebrates the employees who continue to innovate and push the company closer toward its vision of Zero Crashes, Zero Emissions and Zero Congestion. Part 1 profiles GM Chief Engineer Jesse Ortega.
GM's vision of an all-electric future is coming into clearer focus and gaining momentum with a $2.2 billion investment at its Detroit-Hamtramck assembly plant to produce a variety of all-electric trucks and SUVs.
Our vision at General Motors is to create a world with zero crashes, zero emissions and zero congestion. We know it won’t happen overnight, but given the upside of that future, we are pursuing our vision as aggressively as we can.
General Motors (NYSE: GM) and LG Chem has announced plans to mass-produce battery cells for future battery-electric vehicles. Together, the companies will invest up to a total of $2.3 billion through a new, equally owned joint venture company.
Pursuing an all-electric future is a key component in General Motors’ vision of a world with Zero Crashes, Zero Emissions and Zero Congestion. As part of this pursuit, Alex Keros, Lead Architect of EV Infrastructure, and his team are focused on ensuring a positive EV charging experience for customers.