General Motors is dedicated to creating an electric-powered future for its vehicles. Their mission to “put everyone in an EV” is fueled by the automaker’s innovative Ultium Platform. In fact, with the revolutionary platform, GM hopes to expand its lineup to include 30 new EVs for drivers across the globe in a few short years, by 2025.
The Ultium Platform from GM features two components — a drive unit and a modular battery. The design of it can easily satisfy the needs of multiple vehicle types including SUVs, cars, trucks, and even commercial vehicles, meaning your business can utilize greener energy. A wireless charging network integrates with the Ultium Platform. The Ultium Platform not only lets GM outfit more vehicle types with an electrified powertrain, it also allows drivers to charge their vehicle quickly and efficiently.
“Convenient charging shouldn’t be a luxury; it should be for everybody. Ultium Charge 360, our holistic approach to charging, will integrate charging networks, available GM mobile apps and other products and services to simplify and improve your charging experience,” according to GM.
Chevrolet Silverado EV
The highly-anticipated Chevrolet Silverado EV uses the automaker’s Ultium Platform. The groundbreaking truck boasts a 400-mile range when fully charged, according to GM and delivers ratings of 664 horsepower and 780 lb-ft of torque. When properly equipped, the Chevy Silverado EV RST can tow 10,000 pounds.
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