Today, GM revealed they delivered 20k electric vehicles in Q1.

The company said it is on track to build 50,000 EVs in North America through June and double that in the second half.

Total: 20,670

– Hummer EV: 2
– Bolt EV: 19,700
– Lyriq: 968

General Motors (GM) has announced that they have delivered 20,000 electric vehicles in the first quarter of the year. This is great news for the American automaker, which has been working hard to increase their electric vehicle sales.

GM has been investing heavily in electric vehicles in recent years, with the launch of the Chevrolet Bolt and the upcoming release of the GMC Hummer EV. This focus on electric vehicles is part of the company’s plan to become carbon-neutral by 2040.

The 20,000 electric vehicles sold by GM in Q1 is a significant milestone for the company. It shows that their investment in electric vehicles is paying off and that consumers are increasingly interested in electric vehicles.

This news also comes as the Biden administration is pushing for more electric vehicles in the United States. President Biden has set a goal of having 50% of all new cars sold in the U.S. to be electric by 2030.

Overall, GM’s success in selling 20,000 electric vehicles in Q1 is a positive sign for the future of electric vehicles in the United States. As more automakers invest in electric vehicles and consumers become more interested in them, we can expect to see continued growth in the electric vehicle market in the years to come.

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