GM is the only automaker in the JUST 100, a ranking of the most just companies where business behaviors align with priorities of the American public in environment, social and ethical factors. GM also ranked #1 in the auto sector.
EV miles have been driven by drivers of five GM electrified models, including the Chevrolet Bolt EV, Motor Trend’s 2017 car of the Year.
Electric vehicles we committed to bring to market by 2023 as part of GM’s vision of zero emissions.
Autonomous vehicles are now in our test fleets in San Francisco, Phoenix and Metro Detroit.
GM introduces first true hands-free driving technology for the highway, called Super Cruise, on the 2018 Cadillac CT6. The system provides lane-centering and automatic control of speed and steering during highway driving with a unique driver attention system for safe vehicle operation.
U.S. secondary students will be reached through GM’s support for Code.org, which trains 1,400 computer science teachers—just one of our broad set of STEM initiatives.
of top leadership positions are held by women. GM is investing in leader skill development for women with its Women in Action initiative. More than 6,700 employees participate.
Landfill-free facilities around the world—more than any other automaker.
Automaker to set sustainable natural rubber commitment, in collaboration with suppliers, NGOs and rubber industry, that addresses deforestation, human rights and ethical business practices.
Consecutive years that GM has been named to the Dow Jones Sustainability Index for North America and the first time that GM was named to the DJSI World Index.
Miles have been driven through Maven, GM’s car-sharing platform now available in 17 cities to consumers for whom vehicle ownership is not always affordable or practical.