GM to add third EV truck plant

As GM is working to increase its all-electric vehicle production capacity, the automaker has recently announced that it would add a third EV truck plant sometime soon.

According to GM CEO Mary Barra, one million units in North America won’t be enough to meet the important demand expected mid-decade for its EVs thus explaining why GM will continue to convert ICE capacity to EVs. And that also explains plan to invest in a third EV truck plant. Although details on the new EV truck plant have not yet been unveiled, the announcement of the plant should coincide with another announcement, that of the location of GM’s fourth Ultium Cells battery plant scheduled for the first half of the 2022 calendar year. The three U.S. Ultium Cells battery plants announced this far include Lordstown, Ohio, Spring Hill, Tennessee, and Lansing, Michigan.

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