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Paul Hoopengarner

General Motors Confirms Plans for Electric Pickup Truck to Rival Ford, Rivian, Tesla 

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Ya, they have been behind the curve in advancements the last few decades. In 08 everyone one was making 4 cyl economic cars and GM was not. Soon after they started. Now that everyone has electric they are jumping in.

Smart for letting everyone else do the grunt work? Dumb for not being the first to innovate? They are loosing the competitive advantage fast.

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