Buick, a brand of General Motors Co. (GM.N), which was once one of America’s pioneer automakers, announced on Wednesday that by 2030, its entire North American portfolio will be electric.
Buick, along with Cadillac, will be one of GM’s leading brands in achieving the company’s aim of eliminating internal combustion engines by 2035.
Buick said it plans to introduce its first EV in 2024, but did not provide specifics. Supplier sources say the brand is planning to build at least two electric crossover vehicles.
Buick traces its roots back nearly 120 years—five years before GM’s 1908 founding. Last year, it sold about 20,000 EVs in the United States.
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