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With BrightDrop, GM is creating a new business to develop the commercial electric vehicle ecosystem. This includes a new electric delivery vehicle and support for infrastructure, logistics, and service planning — as well as an entirely new sales and service network.

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GM Plans to be Carbon Neutral by 2040

General Motors plans to achieve carbon neutrality for its global products and operations by 2040, and aspires to eliminate tailpipe emissions from all new light-duty vehicles produced by 2035.

Fuel-Cell Electric Truck ‘Ecosystem’ on the Way from Navistar, GM, OneH2

Navistar, partnering with General Motors and hydrogen fuel-provider OneH2, believes it will have a hydrogen fuel-cell regional Class 8 truck available by MY 2024, with a complete ecosystem that addresses the fueling concerns that have been a stumbling block for the development of fuel-cell electric trucks.

GM Unveils New Electric Delivery Van & EV Business Unit

General Motors has revealed a new electric delivery vehicle that will feature an estimated 250 miles of range following the announcement of its BrightDrop business unit, which is designed to offer a new ecosystem of electric first-to-last-mile products, software, and services for delivery and logistics companies.

GM Won’t Produce Nikola’s Badger Pickup

A new agreement between General Motors and Nikola shifts the focus to electrified heavy-duty trucks, with GM no longer planning to build the electric Badger pickup truck for Nikola.