General Motors plans to go 100 percent electric, the Detroit automaker announced Monday. GM’s goal is to abandon the internal combustion engine and at some yet-unspecified point, mandating that all of its products draw power either from batteries or hydrogen.
GM currently has one extended-range electric vehicle in it’s fleet, the Chevrolet Bolt EV. It will add two others within 18 months and is planning to have at least 20 in the line-up by 2023. The company also has in development a new truck platform powered by hydrogen fuel cells, called Surus – Silent Utility Rover Universal Superstructure.