GM unveils EV van as a part of new business unit; FedEx first buyer
Basic Motors plans to launch a brand new all-electric van known as the EV600 by the tip of this 12 months. The primary 500 autos can be bought to FedEx.
General Motors stated Tuesday it plans to launch an all-electric van known as the EV600 this 12 months.
The van – a part of GM’s plan to invest $27 billion in electrical and autonomous autos by 2025 – would be the first car underneath a brand new business enterprise unit in GM known as BrightDrop. The EV600 can be able to as much as 250 miles per cost, in response to Pam Fletcher, vp of worldwide innovation, who will oversee the brand new division.
“The sport changer about BrightDrop is that it is a one-stop store ecosystem,” Fletcher stated. “Finish-to-end, BrightDrop might assist with the deliveries fleets want.”
Fletcher declined to debate pricing and different particulars, however she stated BrightDrop merchandise can be bought by means of a brand new unbiased gross sales and repair community. She stated GM has a full portfolio of electrical merchandise, not simply autos, deliberate for BrightDrop.