The auto giant now plans to invest $35 billion in its electric-vehicle and autonomous-vehicle efforts through 2025.
News & Analysis: General Motors
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GM has been a better stock than Tesla in 2021, and that could continue.
The automaker just upped its commitment to its electric and autonomous future to $35 billion through 2025.
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