'A new day in America': General Motors vows to end sales of fossil fuel cars by 2035

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General Motors 2006 Hummer H3 | General Motors

America's largest automaker unveils plan to achieve carbon neutrality by 2040 by significantly ramping up its electric vehicle range and shifting all its operations to clean energy

General Motors (GM) has announced plans to eliminate tailpipe emissions from its range of light-duty vehicles by 2035, marking one of the first times a US automaker has set a firm target for ending production...

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