Making the EV
switch easy.

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Winning in business tomorrow means being EV-ready today. We’re here to help make that transition easy with our expert support, training and intuitive technology. 

Ultium: Power With a Purpose

Ultium is the innovation powering GM’s expanding lineup of EVs for every person, business and purpose. Built for ultimate range, power and flexibility, our proprietary Ultium electric vehicle platform is helping put everyone in an EV and moving us closer to a world with zero tailpipe emissions.

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Versatile

Thanks to Ultium’s pouch cell design, we can create electric vehicles in any segment.

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Cost-effective

GM’s joint venture with LG Chem to develop and mass-produce battery cells is expected to competitively drive our cell costs below $100 per kWh.

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Adaptable

The drive unit strategy is modular, enabling front-, rear- and all-wheel-drive variations.

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Optimized

The battery pack allows engineers to deliver vehicles with optimized weight distribution and a lower center of gravity for outstanding ride and handling.

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Check Your Potential Fuel Savings 

EV SOLUTIONS PROVIDED BY ZAPPYRIDE, A J.D. POWER BUSINESS

Switching to an EV fleet can help you control fuel costs and untie you from unpredictable gas prices. We’re working with ZappyRide to give you a fuel savings estimate, letting you see just how much money you could be saving, plus a localized tool to identify potential EV tax incentives.

ROBUST INFRASTRUCTURE

A New Way To
Stay Mobile

EVs are changing the way we move. With access to more than 164,000 charging points* and daily accessibility to an on-site or home charger, charging an EV could potentially save your business time and money.

Stay Charged & Keep Moving

GM Envolve connects you to 55,000+ existing charging stations, giving about 15—100 miles of driving range in about 10 minutes of charging* with DC Fast Charging*.

Flexible Charging Options

Overnight

Whether your operators drive their vehicles home or leave them at a charging depot, GM Envolve can help you implement a simple solution to keep your EV fleets charged.

Level 2 Depot Charging

  • The most common type of public charger, available at stores, restaurants, parking garages and hotels.
  • Using a 240-volt circuit, Level 2 delivers a fast charge of up to 80 amps*.
  • Generally about 7–40 miles of range/hour*.

DC Fast Charging

  • Accelerated charging available at certain commercial and public locations if you’re short on time or can’t wait for other charging options.
  • This charging option delivers anywhere from 24 to 350 kW of energy.
  • Generally about 15–100 miles of range in about 10 minutes of charge*.

Home Wall Charging

  • Requires professional installation in your home*, and commonly seen at public charging stations.
  • Uses a 240-volt appliance-like circuit.
  • Charges up to 80 amps.
  • Generally about 7–40 miles of range/hour*

On-the-Go

Plan trips and charge up during heavy-mileage days with comprehensive fast-charging options outside of your standard home or work charging stations.

DC Fast Charging

  • Accelerated charging available at certain commercial and public locations if you’re short on time or can’t wait for other charging options.
  • Easily find, charge, and pay in your vehicle mobile app* to plan your route and find charging stops along the way. Paying within your vehicle mobile app only available at certain charging stations.
  • This charging option delivers anywhere from 24 to 350 kW of energy.
  • Generally about 15–100 miles of range in about 10 minutes of charge*.

Level 2 Public Charging

  • Great solution if you plan on staying at your destination for several hours or just need to top up.
  • Delivers a fast charge up to 80 amps.
  • Generally about 7–40 miles of range/hour*.

Expert Answers to EV Questions

Want to know more before making the EV switch? Our experts have the answers to some of the most important questions regarding range, maintenance and charging.

Charged and Ready

The Director of EV Infrastructure at GM joins us to talk charging. He's got the facts about output levels and how to access a charging station, and explains how those ideas can translate to running an EV fleet.

Going the Distance

When you make the switch to electric, your routines shouldn’t need a shake-up. Let’s talk about how the Silverado EV* can fit smoothly into any business’s daily operations, with all the range you need and then some.

Less Scheduled Maintenance

Maintaining an EV may be a lot simpler than you think. We’re joined by one of our Silverado EV engineers to talk about how fewer moving parts means less scheduled maintenance, and how they’re making oil changes a thing of the past.

EVs and Your Bottom Line 

EVs aren’t just exciting to drive, they could also be more cost-effective. See how driving an EV could potentially save you money on maintenance, fuel and a whole lot more. 

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Scheduled Maintenance Savings

With fewer moving parts, you can benefit from no oil changes or drivetrain maintenance.

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Available EV Tax Credits

EVs may qualify for federal and/or state tax incentives*, effectively lowering the overall cost of a vehicle.

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Potential Fuel Savings

Never take a trip to the gas station again. Charge up at home or at work, saving you money on traditional fuel costs.

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EV Webinar Series

Our EV webinar series provides plenty of information on EV adoption. Learn what it takes to switch to electric with experts on topics like EV transition, charging infrastructure and EV maintenance.

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EXPLORE GM ENVOLVE SOLUTIONS 

Questions?
Get in touch.

Transformative change doesn’t happen overnight. Let us start you on the journey with the right people, asking the right questions.

Questions? Get in touch.

Transformative change doesn’t happen overnight. Let us start you on the journey with the right people, asking the right questions.