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GM shows 12 future EVs, new Ultium battery system
General Motors opened the doors of its Design Center Wednesday to show off a promised lineup of future electric vehicles to be sold in North America by Chevrolet, Cadillac, GMC, and Buick—a dozen vehicles all told, part of the 20 new EVs by 2023 it promised more than two years ago.
Sadly, the journalist-only event was a “no photos, no cameras” event, strictly enforced. It released only a small number of vehicle teaser sketches, meaning descriptions will have to do. The main focus of the event, however, was the details of its future battery systems and vehicle platforms.
The company provided substantial detail on its upcoming “Ultium” modular battery architecture, to be manufactured in a joint venture with Korean cell maker LG Chem. And it detailed the future electric-car platform, known as “BEV3,” that will underpin virtually all its future EVs over the next few years.
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