GM’s Promised Two New Electric Cars By Now. They’re Not Here. Why?

Back in October 2017, GM’s Mark Reuss told a small group of journalists that General Motors would be bringing two new electric cars to market in the next eighteen months — with a commitment to build twenty or more new electric models by 2023 around the world.

Now those 18 months are up, and some people — and news sites — are upset that there isn’t a new electric car from GM in the U.S. yet.

Does this mean GM isn’t serious? Is it stalling? Will we ever see a new electric car from the company?

The truth is nuanced — and requires some contextual understanding, even if we don’t like it.

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