American auto manufacturer, General Motors (GM) has announced its plans to roll out more than 15 Ultium-based models in China by 2025.
The company, which owns the Chevrolet, Buick, GMC, and Cadillac brands shared this as part of its commitment to making electric vehicles more connected and intelligent progress toward its global vision of zero crashes, zero emissions and zero congestion.
Leading its charge towards an all-electric future is its Ultium platform, an industry-first game-changing electric vehicle platform built on a flexible battery architecture for the production of EVs across different vehicle types, with outstanding power, range and performance.
The portfolio of its use ranges from the Cruise Origin AV and BrightDrop commercial vehicles to the GMC HUMMER EV super truck, Chevrolet Silverado EV, and the Cadillac CELESTIQ ultra-luxury flagship revealed in October.
General Motors is also stepping up the development and rollout of software-defined vehicles to meet customers’ evolving needs for a digital lifestyle. The platform will enable frequent and seamless updates of apps and services over the air, ensuring users have access to the most innovative experiences and technologies. It is expected to be introduced in North America and China next year.
GM continues to lead in the deployment of automated driving technologies in China. The car manufacturer lately introduced an enhanced version of the Super Cruise driver assistance system and other new features, including lane change on demand and automatic lane change boosting more confidence with its customers.