We focus on what matters: safety, accessibility, affordability and profitability. Our innovations around electrification and mobility include electric vehicles (EVs) and charging infrastructure, self-driving ride-hailing services and low-carbon delivery vehicles. This is the future and we are leading the charge.

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“I’ve seen many changes over my two decades with GM. I’ve seen the plant transform to manufacture EVs, and what our future looks like with electric truck assembly. Adapting to change, and ultimately innovation, is key to our success.”

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Advancing Electrification and Autonomy

Our transition to electric vehicles (EVs) and autonomous vehicles (AVs) is a critical part of our growth strategy. As we continue on this journey, we remain committed to developing the technology and infrastructure for a safer, cleaner tomorrow.

Accelerating Our EV Momentum

As we prepare for an all-electric future, we continue to expand our portfolio across several segments, including affordable and accessible EVs, luxury models and software-defined vehicles, with a focus on building trust and understanding among our customers. This involves:

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    Rolling out a comprehensive portfolio of EVs

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    Building a robust charging network

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    Integrating autonomy, ride-hailing and electrification into a single vehicle

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    Creating new electric delivery solutions

Our Growing EV Portfolio

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We are building an entire portfolio of purpose-built EVs designed to serve the widest market at affordable price points, and we plan to offer nine models for sale in 2023 in popular segments across Cadillac, GMC and Chevrolet. The Chevrolet Bolt EV and Bolt EUV (electric utility vehicle) are already among the most affordable EVs on the market.1 Looking ahead, Buick and Cadillac are planning for an all-EV portfolio in North America by the end of the decade.


Leveraging our strong global expertise and growing local capabilities, we will provide a diverse EV portfolio in China2 to support a zero-emissions future. Beginning with the Cadillac LYRIQ, more than 15 Ultium-based models across Cadillac, Chevrolet and Buick are planned for rollout in China by 2025. Meanwhile, SAIC-GM-Wuling’s Global Small Electric Vehicle (GSEV) platform has become complementary to Ultium, enabling GM to build an EV for a range of price points and lifestyles in the world’s most dynamic vehicle market.

See our full EV lineup

Vehicle pictures shown may be simulated or preproduction. Actual production models may vary. Consult brand websites for additional information.

1 Based on comparison of starting-at manufacturer's suggested retail price (MSRP) of the 2023 Chevrolet Bolt EV 1LT and EUV LT with that of competing EVs.

2 Vehicle pictures shown are simulated models. Actual vehicle specifications and features may vary on production models and are subject to further explanation by the manufacturers of respective EV models.

Expanding Our Energy Ecosystem

We are committed to making the transition to EVs easy and convenient. From home and public charging to fleet management, we want every element of the ownership experience to be integrated, seamlessly.

We are helping accelerate EV adoption through customer education and engagement, investing in smart charging products, helping create a comprehensive charging network and pioneering and developing innovative energy solutions to empower every person.

GM Energy

In 2022, we introduced GM Energy LLC in the United States, a new business unit that will provide a holistic ecosystem of energy management solutions for residential, commercial and EV customers.

GM Energy expands our business opportunities beyond our vehicle portfolio. As part of this new energy ecosystem, we are introducing Ultium Home and Ultium Commercial, which, in combination with the existing Ultium Charge 360 holistic charging approach, will provide customers with access to a series of energy management solutions designed for homes, businesses and communities.

Ultium Charge 360

In line with our commitment to a zero-emissions future, we are working to create the largest integrated charging ecosystem. Ultium Charge 360 is our holistic approach to charging in the United States and Canada that provides broad charging access and simplifies the charging experience for EV drivers at home, in the community or on the highway.

Ultium Charge 360 integrates networks, products and services to help bring a unified charging experience to GM EV customers. This involves:

  • Working with charge station operators, electric utilities and government agencies to increase access to home, workplace, public and fleet charging points
  • Updating the GM vehicle digital experience to help owners find charging stations, initiate charging and make payments
  • Offering EV owners tailored charging products and home charging installation services
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BrightDrop: Decarbonizing Last-Mile Deliveries

With the rapid growth in e-commerce putting more delivery vehicles on the road, logistics companies are looking for ways to meet consumer demand while reducing carbon emissions and congestion. At GM, electrifying our last-mile delivery fleet offerings is an important part of our carbon neutral ambition.

Our solution is BrightDrop, a wholly owned subsidiary currently operating in the United States and Canada that primarily serves two markets: last-mile package deliveries and online grocery deliveries. BrightDrop aims to help businesses lower costs, maximize productivity, improve employee safety and increase freight security with a portfolio of electric delivery vans and smart, purpose-built electrically propelled carts, as well as the BrightDrop Core software platform.

Advancing Autonomy

With Cruise, our majority-owned autonomous vehicle (AV) technology startup, we are unlocking the full potential of self-driving technology.

Cruise has been developing automated driving system (ADS) technology with safety front of mind since the company was founded in 2013. After its 2016 acquisition by GM, Cruise has continued developing and commercializing its self-driving ride hail and associated delivery services with zero tailpipe emissions.

See what GM CEO Mary Barra thought about her first ride in a fully autonomous vehicle in San Francisco.

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Innovation section of the 2022 Sustainability Report

More on Innovation in Our 2022 Sustainability Report

Hydrogen Fuel Cells

GM’s hydrogen fuel cell technology, HYDROTEC, allows us to extend electrification technologies to more industries and a broader range of applications, from transportation to mobile power generation.

Quality Assurance

We measure the quality and dependability of our vehicles, as well as customer satisfaction with our vehicles, sales and dealership service, through studies run by J.D. Power.

Putting Customers First

Every day, we aim to understand our customers’ expectations and retain their trust by delivering positive experiences as well as vehicles, features and services they cannot live without.

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