By 2025, General Motors plans to reveal a lineup of 30 electric vehicles. Until then, the automaker is making EV ownership easier and more convenient for current and future EV owners with the launch of the Ultium Charge 360 Network.
One of the biggest worries of current EV drivers and those hoping to go green behind the wheel is accessibility to charging stations, both at home and in public. GM understands this is a formidable hurdle, so they have created a suite of technology, the Ultium Charge 360 Network, to make charging EVs a simpler, stress-free task. Ultium Charge 360 pulls data from several apps, charging networks, and other services so EV owners can locate a charging station when they need it most and handle payment via their phone.
Agreements with EVgo, EV Connect, Blink Charging, Greenlots, ChargePoint, SemaConnect, and FLO show GM is serious about establishing and growing the infrastructure to support EVs.
With exciting new models like the GMC Hummer EV and SUV coming down the pipeline sooner than later to pair with the handy new network, now might be the time to start considering electric options for your next vehicle.
Contact West Point Buick GMC in Houston, Texas, to learn more about the innovations from GM or to test-drive the automaker’s lineup of EV vehicles.