General Motors plans 8,000 new tech hires over EVs and autonomous tech

by SpeedLux
General Motors

General Motors said last week it would hire over 8,000 new technical staff this year, as the U.S. automaker speeds up its development of electric vehicles and software-driven services.

The automaker said it is expanding teams that electrify cars, develop vehicle software, autonomous vehicle technology, and engineer fuel cells.

GM’s announcement follows the automaker’s plan to make a $7 billion investment in Michigan.

The automaker is preparing to increase its North America EV production capacity to over a million units by 2025.

GM is also looking to increase its digital commerce presence by introducing an online used vehicle market called CarBravo.

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