2020 Sustainability Highlights
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Announced aspiration to become the most inclusive company in the world, appointed an Inclusion Advisory Board and committed $10 million to support organizations that promote inclusion and social justice.
GM and Cruise entered long-term strategic relationship with Microsoft to accelerate the commercialization of self-driving vehicles.
Increased financial commitment to $27 billion through 2025 for EVs and AVs.
Set science-based targets to become carbon neutral in global products and operations by 2040.
Announced aspiration to eliminate tailpipe emissions from new light-duty vehicles by 2035.
Committed to equip 22 vehicle models globally with Super Cruise by end of 2023.
Committed to introducing 30 new EVs globally by 2025.
Announced intent to hire 3,000 new employees to support engineering, design and information technology functions.
Contracted GM's largest solar power project to date and ended 2020 with 21% of global energy demand met by renewable energy.
Announced the GM-estimated maximum range of our Ultium-based EVs as up to 450 miles on a full charge.
Achieved a 96% response rate from select suppliers in CDP Supply Chain survey, exceeding our goal.
Introduced Ultifi, a digital platform to unify customer experiences for EV owners.
Impacted 5 million U.S. individuals through nearly $35 million in funding to 357 nonprofit partners.