GM promises to stop selling gasoline and diesel cars by 2035

Most automakers have already started producing electric vehicles. The push to go carbon neutral has affected most large companies. GM recently announced that they want to be at the forefront of the electric vehicle market.

The manufacturer states that they will be stopping the production of gasoline and diesel-powered cars by 2035. They want to help the American people start driving more environment-friendly electric vehicles. This won’t be affecting medium or heavy-duty trucks.

Although you will be seeing the change in passenger cars, crossovers, SUVs, and pickup trucks. A GM executive stated that they would be spending $27 billion between 2020 and 2025 making electric vehicles and investing in battery recycling and production.

GM chief executive Mary Barra stated, “As one of the world’s largest automakers, we hope to set an example of responsible leadership in a world that is faced with climate change.”

What do you think about GM going full electric by 2035? Are you ready to have an electric vehicle in your driveway? Let us know what you think in the comments!

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