The American Automaker is intent on righting their wrongs. Sure, this has been a tumultuous year for every industry. But when it comes to certain automakers, they don’t know anyway to keep going forward than forward. The company is looking to speed their plans fast for their line of electric vehicles.
General Motors Is Changing For The Better! Honest!
As they’re focusing on filling up the holes left in their design, information technology and engineering spots, their goal is to up the diversity and add to EV priorities that customers will have. 2021 will see plenty of new faces in the first quarter.
Employment stampedes like these approach with the focus on electric vehicles tightening ever so carefully. They plan to offer 20 electric vehicles on a global scale by 2023. There’s also plans for an investment in $20 billion for electric and autonomous vehicles by the year of 2025.
However, this all comes at a cost. The GMC Hummer EV is a heavy expectation. So much so, in fact that two other models from their line of electric vehicles had to pull forward. This is with the assumption that the Ultium battery cells are in all the models.
What’s their secret? Such bravado comes from General Motors having a 52-week high of $39.72 in the stock market, way ahead of the Monday announcement. Things are definitely going to be shaken up, especially with the recent announcement of President-Elect Joe Biden having high priorities to support electric vehicles. Ken Morris, the VP of GM had this to say about the president to be of the United States to avenge: “At the end of the day, climate change is a global concern,” Morris continues on to note how the equation for environmental peace is with zero-emissions and all-electric.
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