General Motors finally bets big on electric vehicles
The American car-maker that famously killed the electric car has just bet a huge part of its remaining farm on reviving it and relying on it.
Fresh from skewering Holden, General Motors this week announced a massive raft of new electric vehicle (EV) technologies and products, including compact cars, premium SUVs, fast cars and a second-generation Bolt crossover for next year.
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