GM designs and manufactures a few electric vehicles under its brands. Like the Volt and the Bolt with Chevrolet.
GM Stories August 22
The Chevy Bolt EV 2020 is getting a slight range upgrade from 238 miles to 259 miles of range, according to an update from the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). expand full story
GM Stories August 14
GM has unveiled the first official images of the Chevrolet Menlo EV, an electric car that is expected to become the utility version of the Bolt EV. expand full story
GM Stories July 19
Chevrolet just unveiled its new mid-engine Corvette, the 2020 Stingray, and though it’s an ICE car, comments from GM brass leave the door open for future electric versions of the sports car — possibly even an all-electric version.
GM Stories June 17
As the Environmental Protection Agency and National Highway Traffic Safety Administration prepare to unveil the planned rollback of fuel economy standards soon, major investors in auto companies are the latest group to publicly voice their concerns about the proposal.
One of the most notorious gas-guzzling brands of all time, Hummer, is reportedly being considered by GM for an electric reboot.
GM Stories June 13
GM has already confirmed plans to make an electric pickup truck, but recent comments from GM president Mark Reuss don’t make it seem as if the automaker plans to produce such a vehicle any time soon.
GM Stories June 7
GM claims to be all-in with electric vehicles, but they are still only selling one all-electric car and they are selling it at a loss.
Now the automaker says it is pushing for more affordable and profitable electric cars. expand full story
GM Stories June 3
Newly uncovered filings are showing that General Motors (GM) and Fiat-Chrysler (FCA) have been buying federal greenhouse gas (GHG) credits in the US from Tesla.
It creates a new source of revenue for Tesla — albeit likely temporary. expand full story
GM Stories May 28
Earlier this month, President Trump tweeted that GM would be selling its shuttered Lordstown, Ohio plant to electric truck maker Workhorse. But a new report paints a concerning picture of what’s happening at Workhorse, casting doubt on both the deal and the company itself.
GM confirmed today that it plans to its own large electric car charging network with thousands of fast-charging stations in the US, but the automaker apparently can’t be bothered to invest in it itself. expand full story