The vehicles we sell represent 75% of the CO2 emissions that we are trying to address. Our vision is a future with zero tailpipe emissions that will help create a more sustainable planet.
General Motors' future is an all-electric one—and it could be here sooner than many think. In early 2021, we announced our aspiration to eliminate tailpipe emissions from new light-duty vehicles by 2035. By leveraging battery electric vehicles (EVs) and other zero-emissions technology, we will work to offer an EV for every customer, including crossovers, SUVs, trucks and sedans across a range of price points. GM is prepared to deliver and is committed to winning the EV race. We have what it takes to do so and are rapidly building a competitive advantage in EV, software vehicle integration and manufacturing.
To this end, we announced a new growth strategy in 2020 designed around delivering world-class customer experiences. This strategy includes a new, dedicated EV organization called EV Growth Operations. This dedicated team will be entirely focused on driving mass consumer adoption of EVs and will be led by a newly appointed Chief EV Officer. This EV team will combine startup agility with the strength of the GM team and will be empowered to minimize complexity and make decisions fast. This is more than a reorganization; it is part of a broader cultural transformation to position GM to lead in the future of mobility. Along with our dedicated EV organization, our integrated strategy is a competitive advantage for GM.
We are positioned to design, engineer and produce EVs for every style and price point and invest in ways to make the EV experience as convenient and easy as possible.