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General Motors President says 'the ICE age is not over' amid shift to EVs
GM’s path to an all-electric future: 1 million EVs by 2025
Fox News Digital automotive editor Gary Gastelu speaks to General Motors president Mark Reuss about the automaker’s massive push into electric vehicles on ‘Varney & Co.’
General Motors is set to rapidly ramp up its electric car production in North America from about 50,000 this year to one million in 2025, but it is not parking its internal combustion engine cars and trucks just yet.
"The ICE age is not over," GM President Mark Reuss told FOX Business in an exclusive interview ahead of the company’s investor day presentation in New York City.
"We’re not going to abandon our internal combustion engine segments," Reuss said.
"We’ve got truck leadership with GMC and Chevrolet. We’ve got it across our midsize trucks, our full-size trucks and then beyond."
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