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GM is preparing a battery capable of lasting a million miles and the HUMMER EV could be the first to get it.

"Speaking at an investor conference held online, GM Executive Vice President Doug Parks said that the automaker is already working on battery tech more advanced than what will appear in the "Ultium" battery packs that will power its next generation of EVs, per Reuters. Unveiled in March alongside the chassis for the upcoming GMC Hummer EV, those Ultium batteries are aiming to cross the $100-per-kWh cost threshold, which might enable EVs to reach price parity with their gas-powered counterparts."

 

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GM is preparing a battery capable of lasting a million miles and the HUMMER EV could be the first to get it.

"Speaking at an investor conference held online, GM Executive Vice President Doug Parks said that the automaker is already working on battery tech more advanced than what will appear in the "Ultium" battery packs that will power its next generation of EVs, per Reuters. Unveiled in March alongside the chassis for the upcoming GMC Hummer EV, those Ultium batteries are aiming to cross the $100-per-kWh cost threshold, which might enable EVs to reach price parity with their gas-powered counterparts."

GM is covering all their electric vehicle bases with the Hummer twins. They're trying to think of everything BEFORE they drop the two trucks, to make them as advanced as possible. It seems to me like the dedication and attention to detail involved in their electric vehicle push (and by extension, the Hummers) exceed even that of the C8 Corvette.

They're not playing games anymore. This is the real deal.
 

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GM is covering all their electric vehicle bases with the Hummer twins. They're trying to think of everything BEFORE they drop the two trucks, to make them as advanced as possible. It seems to me like the dedication and attention to detail involved in their electric vehicle push (and by extension, the Hummers) exceed even that of the C8 Corvette.

They're not playing games anymore. This is the real deal.
No doubt about that. Pickups are more popular than ever and GM doesn't really disappoint these days. I felt the H2 and other GM products during the time were a let down. Today, that's no more. The new Tahoe, Suburban and Escalade are clear examples of that
 

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It's going to be interesting to see GM's and Tesla's million mile batteries perform when they start getting put in EVs.
 
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