Tag: General Motors

The next generation of electric vehicles from General Motors (GM) is set to be propelled by a new family of electric powertrains called Ultium Drive. GM’s new concept consists of five interchangeable drive units and three motors, each of which is reputed to offer industry-leading power and torque density. The modular nature of Ultium Drive, Continue reading New Ultium Drive powertrains destined for extensive range of GM EVs

GM to aid in design of all-electric Hondas Your next Honda could be an electric car based on General Motors (GM) technology, thanks to a new collaboration announced in April. Honda will use GM’s third-generation flexible electric vehicle (EV) platform, which is powered by the Detroit-based multinational’s proprietary “Ultium” batteries, to underpin two all-new cars.  Continue reading Honda, GM team up for next-gen EVs

Shortly before condemning the Holden brand as unviable, General Motors announced a $US2.2 billion investment that will dedicate its Detroit-Hamtramck assembly plant in Michigan to create its first dedicated production base for electric vehicles. The company has plans for a “variety of all-electric trucks and SUVs” to be produced at Hamtramck, including a battery-powered pick-up Continue reading GM bets the farm on EV, autonomy