GM Launches Advanced Electric Batteries To Power Its EVs

General Motors said most of its new electric vehicles will have Ultium's 400-volt battery packs, while its truck platform will have 800-volt batteries.

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Highlights

  • The new Ultium batteries have higher capacity and fast charging
  • The electric vehicles will have new 400-volt & 800-volt Ultium batteries
  • GM sub-brands Chevrolet, Cadillac, GMC & Buick will use the new batteries

U.S. automaker General Motors on Wednesday launched Ultium, a battery with higher capacity and fast charging capabilities, to power its upcoming line of electric vehicles.

The Detroit-based company said most of its new electric vehicles will have Ultium's 400-volt battery packs, while its truck platform will have 800-volt batteries.

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