The American multinational corporation, General Motors (GM), said they are modernizing their capabilities for an “all-electric” future sooner than everyone is expecting. The US automotive group, GM, stated that they are “laying the foundation for an all-electric future with its new electric vehicle architecture and the largest collective EV charging network in the U.S.”
General Motors Co. generates most of its revenue through large sport-utility vehicles and pickup trucks. But now, the company is looking forward to creating a better world, a world with Zero-emission, Zero crashes, and Zero-congestion, and it is this vision that is paving their way for an all-electric future.
GM revealed to the sources that they are planning to line-up both battery-powered cars, and hydrogen-fuel cell autos, for the US market.
The company has already made into the worldwide group of automakers promising to develop cars with Zero-emission capacity. To keep up with their plans, the company revealed that they will roll-out 20 all-electric cars by 2023.
Having laid down its strategies for an all-electric future, General Motors in an automotive meet gave a glimpse of the range of electric vehicles it is working on to convince its investors how serious they are to go all-electric.
Mark Reuss, the executive vice-president of global product development, said at the company’s technical center north of Detroit that the “GM believes the future is all-electric, a world free of automotive emissions is real,”
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