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Building an EV Ecosystem and All-Electric Future

Working together today for a better tomorrow

At GM, our goal is to create a world where everyone can enjoy the benefits of electric vehicles. We cannot reach the future we envision alone — we must continue to pursue collaboration opportunities with leaders across the industry. A shift this massive requires the entire mobility and energy ecosystem to work together toward a single goal – a zero-emissions, all-electric future.

Our approach is centered on working closely with a network of leaders in the charging, ridesharing, infrastructure, battery and vehicle development fields. Uniting with experts and exploring solutions across every facet of the EV ecosystem should allow us to make EVs affordable to own and unlock the best benefits to improve the EV driving experience, charging infrastructure and EV rideshare access.

Through our programming, we’re creating new opportunities for drivers and customers across the country to experience and fall in love with EVs. Here are just a few of the organizations we are collaborating with to reach our vision:

Uber passenger getting into a red Chevrolet Bolt EV


GM is offering current eligible drivers1 on the Uber platform, special pricing on the purchase of a new electric vehicle and charging accessories.

Improving access to EVs for on-demand service providers can help reduce vehicle tailpipe emissions in cities across the country and help accelerate widespread EV adoption.

By establishing this relationship, we’re able to match our expertise and strengths with industry leaders who bring their own scale and reach to reduce vehicle emissions and make the transition to electric seamless.

GM’s Ultium battery system, that will be used for the Nikola Badger, on display at GM’s Design Dome in Warren


To accelerate a zero-emissions future, GM and Nikola are collaborating to engineer and manufacture the Nikola Badger. The work will leverage GM’s Hydrotec Fuel-Cell technology and Ultium battery system for its battery electric and fuel-cell vehicles.

Additionally, GM will be the exclusive supplier of fuel cells globally for Nikola’s Class 7/8 semi-trucks, except in Europe.

Chevrolet Bolt EVs plugged into EVgo fast charging station


To support infrastructure growth, we’re working alongside EVgo to build more than 2,700 fast-charging stations over the next five years. EVgo’s fast chargers deliver convenient, fast charges to EV drivers on the go, delivering up to 90 miles of range in 30 minutes.

With GM’s Energy Assist app, EV users can find real-time data on EVgo charging stations and pay through the myChevrolet app2.

Construction of Ultium Cells LLC Battery Cell Manufacturing Facility with LG Chem

LG Chem

A joint venture with LG Chem, Ultium Cells LLC will mass-produce Ultium battery cells for electric vehicles and create more than 1,100 new jobs in Northeast Ohio. The plant will be about the size of 30 football fields and have an annual capacity of more than 30 gigawatt hours and room for expansion.

The joint agreement will develop advanced technology and drive cell costs below $100 per kWh. The batteries ability to stack vertically allows for a flat cabin floor and more interior room than comparable EVs that use cylindrical battery packs.

The Ultium battery platform at the Design Dome on the GM Tech Center that General Motors and Honda will leverage for EV development


GM and Honda will leverage the all-new Ultium platform and battery system to jointly develop two new electric vehicles. Honda will design the exteriors and interiors of the new EVs, and GM will provide the vehicle architecture.

The agreement with Honda around electrification has been ongoing. In January 2020, GM and Honda unveiled the Cruise Origin, a shared, electric, self-driving vehicle.

Home charging station in garage for GM EV through Qmerit partnership


Working with Qmerit, electric vehicle owners can easily find and obtain quotes from pre-approved EV charging station installers. Chevrolet EV owners can also find and install an accessible at-home charging solution.

The ability to charge at home plays heavily into a consumer’s decision to purchase an electric vehicle and this collaboration helps remedy crucial barriers to finding a cost friendly EV charging station.

Page last updated on September 8, 2020.


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