General Motors is leveling up the game for electric vehicle owners with the announcement of Ultium Charge 360. This initiative combines existing charging networks with GM vehicle apps to create a more holistic charging experience for EV drivers.
GM hopes to encourage more drivers to go electric by providing them with the confidence boost of a more accessible charging network. This network will include nearly 60,000 plugs across the U.S. and Canada. Ultium Charge 360 will create new opportunities for charging and help decrease drivers’ range anxiety as they’re out on the road on long trips.
GM has also partnered with EVgo to add approximately 500 fast-charging stalls by the end of 2021. There are sites already live in California and Washington and each location is able to deliver up to 350 kilowatts with about four chargers per site.
Ultium Charge 360 will not just simplify a driver’s search for a charging station, but it will also function intuitively with GM vehicle apps to allow drivers to pay for charging too.
EV owners can also expect some products and services to be covered by GM. For example, GM will take responsibility for installing Level 2 charging capability for some EV customers that purchase or lease a 2022 Chevy Bolt EUV. Take advantage of this offer at Golden Motors in Cut Off, Louisiana where Price is Priority.
If you’re considering going electric in the near future, GM and Ultium Charge 360 want to make the switch stress-free. Golden Motors can help — contact us to learn more about the all-new Bolt EV and Bolt EUV as well as the exciting new electrified options coming soon from Chevrolet.