GM is in the process of renaming its Detroit hamtelamk assembly center, now known as plant zero, and will make all electric vehicles in the future. GM said it was not only a nod to GM’s ULTRIUM based electric vehicles that would produce zero emissions, but also a demonstration of the role of zero, the factory’s zero, in promoting zero collision and zero congestion. < / P > < p > cruise origin is an electric vehicle specially designed for driverless operation. It has no steering wheel or other traditional control devices. It will be one of the first vehicles produced by General Motors in zero factory. Another noteworthy is the GMC Hummer EV, which is an all electric pickup truck with a completely different power system from the original factory, and re uses the name of Hummer. GMC plans to officially launch the Hummer EV later this month, but production is not expected to start until the end of 2021. < / P > < p > at present, GM is spending $2.2 billion to upgrade the Detroit hantermac assembly center, which used to produce Cadillac CT6 and Chevrolet winged tigers, and was also responsible for the production of GM’s Chevrolet Volt and Cadillac ELR plug-in hybrid vehicles. < / P > < p > however, for upcoming electric vehicles such as Hummer, cruise origin and Cadillac lyriq, their platforms will be quite different. They will use GM’s new ultium architecture, a combination of batteries and platforms that will give automakers unprecedented flexibility in vehicle size, shape, powertrain and range. Ultium will also expand GM’s business beyond its own brand names, which Honda has confirmed will be used in its electric vehicles. < / P > < p > as for the zero plant itself, GM has many ways to reduce the environmental impact of the plant. There is a 516 kilowatt ground mounted solar panel farm to help it supply electricity, and a factory roof solar panel provides a further 30 kilowatts of electricity. GM said it plans to fully use renewable energy by 2023. Global Tech