Tuesday, October 03, 2017

G.M. and Ford Lay Out Plans to Expand Electric Models - The New York Times

On a related note, see Tesla is behind on Model 3 production (The Verge)

"On Monday, General Motors, America’s largest automaker, staked its claim to leadership. Outlining a fundamental shift in its vision of the industry, it announced plans for 20 new all-electric models by 2023, including two within the next 18 months.

G.M.’s announcement came a day before a long-scheduled investor presentation by Ford Motor that was also expected to emphasize electric models. After the G.M. news emerged, Ford let loose with its own announcement, saying it would add 13 electrified models over the next several years, with a five-year investment of $4.5 billion."
G.M. and Ford Lay Out Plans to Expand Electric Models - The New York Times
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