General Motors Mexico moves towards a zero-emissions future

General Motors Mexico moves towards a zero-emissions future

MEXICO - General Motors de Mexico continues to implement actions to achieve a future with zero emissions, which is why it has expanded its distribution network of Chevrolet EV (electric vehicles) in our country, reaching a total of 19 points of sale and service.

"We are excited to reach more and more places in our country, reflecting the progress of electromobility in Mexico, in that sense our Chevrolet brand can offer more customers the best in technology, safety and design," said Hector Villarreal, Vice President of Sales, Service and Marketing.

The Chevrolet EV dealer network is already operating in Mexico City and Metropolitan Area, Monterrey, Guadalajara, Puebla, Queretaro, Toluca, Leon, Cancun, Tijuana, Morelia, Culiacan and Cuernavaca.

Chevrolet electric vehicle owners will be able to charge their vehicles at home with a Level 2 charger and professional installation included in their purchase. In addition, through the MyChevrolet application, they will be able to locate public charging points, among other personalized assistance functions.

With the extension of the Chevrolet Electricos network, GM takes a solid step in its path to bring electrification to more parts of the country with the expectation of reaching national coverage in the medium term.

Chevrolet currently markets Bolt EUV in Mexico, and has announced that during 2024 it will add to its electric vehicle portfolio the all-new Chevrolet Blazer EV and Equinox EV, which will also be produced during the second half of this year at the GM Manufacturing Complex in Ramos Arizpe, Coahuila.