General Motors unveils plan to release 20 electric vehicles by 2023

General Motors already rolled out an all-electric car in the past year. By 2023, it plans to sell at least 20 vehicles running on only electric power. 
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The announcement Monday comes after Volvo , Ford, Toyota, Audi, and other companies committed to electric futures as well. And don't forget about early pioneer Tesla paving the way for electric cars.
GM has a short-term plan to introduce two all-electric vehicle in the next year and a half. In five years, it hopes to have an entire fleet of 20 battery-powered cars. 
The company said it's learned a lot from the Chevrolet Bolt, GM's first all-electric vehicle. Read more... More about Transportation , General Motors , Electric Cars , Electric Vehicles , and Chevy