GM's Electric Vehicle Profit May Struggle To Achieve CEO's 2025 Forecast

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  • GM's profitability forecast for battery electric vehicles (BEVs) was scrapped due to the pandemic.
  • A string of new GM BEV models, led by an electric version of the Chevy Silverado pickup and a Chevy Equinox BEV at a starting price of about $30,000 are slated.
  • Consumer demand for BEVs is uncertain due to inadequate charging infrastructure, premium pricing, and possibility of recession.
  • U.S. government aid key to overcome financial pressure from rising costs associated with battery technology.

General Motors Announces Its Building A New Electric Vehicle Battery Plant In Lansing, Michigan

General Motors Announces It's Building A New Electric Vehicle Battery Plant In Lansing, Michigan

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Credit General Motors Co. (NYSE:GM) for indomitable confidence as reflected by its aggressive all-BEV strategy and bullish financial projections - in the face


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I am a journalist based in Detroit, having spent almost my entire career writing about business and economic subjects for The Wall Street Journal, New York Times, Detroit Free Press and Bloomberg. I'm the author of two books and am an acknowledged expert on the world automotive industry.

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