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GM changes course, no longer backs Trump’s crusade against California emissions rules
Elections have consequences. GM has announced it will reverse course, and no longer back the Trump administration’s effort to bar California from setting its own emissions rules.
Tesla, Porsche Taycan snub by 'Consumer Reports' shows challenge facing EVs
Consumer Reports’ latest auto-reliability survey has a sobering message for owners of the newest electric vehicles: You’re likely going to have some gripes.
GM is making the Hummer EV in record time. Here's how
Last month, GM unveiled its GMC Hummer EV along with a stunning video featuring the electric truck speeding across salt flats, climbing over boulders and driving diagonally -- or "crab walking" -- through canyons.
Regional collaboration critical to North American EV battery recycling
A viable and sustainable electric vehicle battery recycling industry is within reach, but only with provincial and state collaboration. Propulsion Québec’s Simon Thibault sets out a plan
GM is increasing spending to $27 billion to make 40% of its cars electric by 2025
General Motors is increasing its spending on electric vehicles, planning more electric cars, trucks and SUVs than previously announced and that it will produce many of them sooner than originally planned, the company announced Thursday. One of the company's goals to become the market share leader in electric vehicles in North America, GM CEO Mary Barra said,