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GM has been pushing the limits of transportation and technology for over 100 years. Today, they are in the midst of a transportation revolution.


General Motors envisions a future of zero crashes, zero emissions and zero congestion, and has committed themselves to leading the way toward this future.

GM has been pushing the limits of transportation and technology for over 100 years. Today, they are in the midst of a transportation revolution. And they have the ambition, the talent and the technology to realize the safer, better and more sustainable world.

Our future depends on responsible stewardship of the earth, and GM continually seeks creative and innovative solutions for the environment. GM's policies and technologies promote a cleaner planet from supply chain to manufacturing to the vehicles they put on the road.

Across 14 recent new-vehicle launches, GM trimmed an average of 357 pounds per vehicle, saving 35 million gallons of gasoline and avoiding 312,000 metric tons of CO2 emissions per year.

Today, GM's vehicle manufacturing process has the lowest environmental footprint in their history, thanks to steady progress toward achieving 2020 operational commitments to reduce energy, carbon, water and waste intensity.

General Motors transformed how the world moved through the last century. And they are determined to do it again as they redefine mobility to serve their customers and shareholders and solve societal challenges.


For more information visit the General Motors Company website.

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