GM Patents an Electric Motor With Multiple Magnet Lengths

By Michael Accardi Anyone who thinks General Motors isn’t serious about electric vehicle leadership doesn’t have a clue.
Despite Silicon Valley’s derogatory ideology regarding conventional car companies like General Motors, the dinosaur from Detroit has been at the forefront of electrifying personal mobility. GM’s flirtation with electric vehicles began in earnest back the early ’60s. It started with the Electro-Vair and Electro-Maro programs in the ’60s, then came a battery-powered Chevette in 1977, followed by production of the EV1 in the late ’90s, before culminating with the Chevrolet Bolt, the industry’s first long-range-yet-affordable-mainstream-electric-car.
But the company isn’t resting on its laurels, as Tesla Model 3

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