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Breaking! GM Shares Battery (Ultium) & EV Platform Details During EV Day Event — CleanTechnica Field Trip

March 4th, 2020 | by Loren McDonald

“We believe in an all-electric future and we are bringing all of the power and assets of GM to the EV opportunity.” Those were the key messages that both GM CEO Mary Barra and president Mark Reuss conveyed several times throughout a 2-hour action-packed agenda delivered to an estimated 50 journalists during EV Day at GM’s Design Dome at the Tech Center in Warren, Michigan


Mary Barra Speaks Truth To Rich White Men In Houston

March 8th, 2018 | by Steve Hanley

Mary Barra, CEO of General Motors, went to the CERA conference in Houston this week to push for more industry cooperation on electric car charging infrastructure, uniform vehicle emissions standards, and support for renewable energy. Good on ya, Mary!


GM Not Trying To Woo Tesla Model 3 Reservation Holders With Chevy Bolt

February 10th, 2018 | by Matt Pressman

Although Tesla finished the year with record sales, it's gotten off to a slow start with the Model 3. With a 455,000-person wait list, a lengthy wait lies ahead for plenty of Model 3 reservation holders. Automotive News reports, "That leaves an opening for other EV makers, such as Chevy, to woo away Tesla customers. But it's not an opening Chevy plans on openly exploiting, the company said."


What Changed In The EV Battery Market In November?

December 17th, 2017 | by Zachary Shahan

The battery market is one of the most interesting industries in the global economy. As part of our new "What Changed ... ?" series, it seemed appropriate to include a thorough update of what changes in the EV battery market on a monthly basis. Below is a rundown of what changed in November


If GM Is Serious, It Will Still Take About 16 Years To Catch Up To Tesla

November 19th, 2017 | by Michael Barnard

Chevy plans to put three more cars based on the Chevy Bolt platform on the road by 2021, and then introduce a new modular electric platform supporting at least 20 new vehicles by 2023. If they stick to these plans, a reasonable question is how long it will take before they have more fully electric cars on the roads of the world than Tesla, if ever


Crazy Auto Company Exec Comments About Tesla

July 15th, 2017 | by Guest Contributor

Editor's Note: Below is a repost from TeslaMondo that is followed by excerpts from an EV Annex post that further builds on the topic, with the topic being crazy anti-Tesla quotes from non-Tesla auto company execs



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