GM, Pure Watercraft deal charges forward

Pure-Watercraft electric outboard

GM has also promised a US$35bn electric and autonomous vehicle development program through 2025

General Motors (GM) and Pure Watercraft haven’t revealed what types of boats might be developed now that the US automaker has acquired 25% of Pure Watercraft, the Seattle, Washington electric outboard and boat builder, but the deal is likely to leverage GM’s Ultium battery platform, to speed charging and increase the range of Pure Watercraft’s boats.

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