As 2022 draws near, GM fans are anticipating the brand’s all-electric offerings like the new Silverado EV and Bolt EUV. These three models aren’t the only way that the automaker is starting the New Year with an environmental focus, however. GM recently announced that it will install up to 40,000 Ultium EV charging stations in the U.S. and Canada.
The charging stations will be implemented in both rural and urban areas, especially in “charging desert” areas where units are scarce. GM views the new infrastructure project as one small part of its vision for more widespread adoption of EVs in North America.
Another anticipated bonus of the charging project is that more consumers will start shopping for EVs like the Chevy Silverado EV, Bolt EUV, and Bolt EV. And, considering the growing number of Americans who are warming up to EVs and that think dealerships’ new inventory should be 100 percent electric by 2030, it’s reasonable that GM has high hopes for EV sales in 2022 and beyond.
Starting in early 2022, GM will start delivering Ultium charging stations to GM dealerships nationwide. Stay tuned for our blog for more updates on GM’s electric initiatives as the Stingray Chevrolet Bartow team anticipates the arrival of the Silverado EV and Bolt EUV here in Bartow, Florida. And make sure to test-drive these zero-emission models when they hit our lot so you can find just the right one to fit your eco-conscious lifestyle in the Sunshine State.
Climate change is impacting our lives more than ever, and many people (and companies) are wondering how they can help leave a better world behind for future generations. Stingray Chevrolet in Bartow, Florida, has the scoop on how General Motors, the biggest automaker in America, plans to do its part.
In January, General Motors revealed that it will achieve full carbon neutrality in both its vehicles and manufacturing processes by 2040. Mary Barra, the Chairman and CEO of GM, stated, “General Motors is joining governments and companies around the globe working to establish a safer, greener and better world.”
To achieve its lofty goal, General Motors plans to use a science-based approach that will eliminate all tailpipe emissions from its entire fleet of light-duty vehicles by 2035. GM is also ramping up the planned electrification of its lineup with a $27 billion investment to convert as much as 40 percent of its lineup to battery power by 2025.
One of the biggest keys to GM’s carbon neutral goal is its innovative Ultium battery. Many GM factories across the United States are being retrofitted to develop and manufacture the Ultium battery, which will power the automaker’s upcoming electric models.
The future of electric vehicles is coming to Stingray Chevrolet Bartow, and it starts this spring with the arrival of the all-new 2022 Bolt and Bolt EUV. Contact our sales team to learn more how you can do your part to make a better tomorrow and enjoy an exciting drive in the process.