General Motors wants to facilitate the charging of electric vehicles

General Motors (GM) announced last week the launch of a platform that will ensure the attractiveness of its electric range by facilitating access to charging stations.

The project, named Ultium Charge 360, will make nearly 60,000 stations currently scattered across Canada and the United States more accessible. To do this, the American manufacturer has ratified agreements with major suppliers, including Quebec’s FLO.

Like the Electric Circuit application, GM will allow the status of nearby stations to be viewed in real time by means of the telematics applications of its vehicles, to pay for recharging and, ultimately, to activate it. Very few details are given on the functionalities that will follow.

It is obviously argued that the applications will be constantly updated to add functions and, if necessary, add stations to the network.

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