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Factory ZERO is solely dedicated to building EVs and will produce the GMC HUMMER EV and the Cruise Origin. The facility has advanced technology and tooling, designed with sustainability in mind.
General Motors’ all-new modular Ultium Platform will be the heartbeat of our all-electric future and thanks to Ultium’s pouch cell design, we will easily accommodate a wide range of EV styles and sizes.
GM’s Ultium platform, which features modular battery and drive unit combinations, is flexible enough to build a wide range of trucks, SUVs, crossovers, cars and commercial vehicles with outstanding design, performance, range and affordability.
With a modular, flexible design and a common cell across different vehicle types, the battery is the heart of the Ultium system. The system uses cells stacked vertically (pickups and SUVs) or horizontally (performance vehicles), allowing us to build electric vehicles for every customer and segment.
Ultium Drive, made up of electric motors, single-speed transmissions and their integrated power electronics, gives our EVs their power and torque.
GM will be the first automaker to use an almost completely wireless battery management system for EVs. The system will power multiple types of EVs from a common set of battery components and make our batteries easier to reuse for second-life applications.
A joint venture with LG Energy Solution, Ultium Cells LLC will mass-produce Ultium battery cells for EVs and create more than 1,100 new jobs in Northeast Ohio. The plant will be about the size of 30 football fields and have an annual capacity of more than 30 gigawatt hours.