General Motors to begin selling new all-electric vehicles

This photo provided by General Motors Co. shows a Chevrolet Bolt, surrounded by nine electric and fuel cell vehicles covered by tarps. On Monday, Oct. 2, 2017, GM announced the company will produce two new electric vehicles on the Bolt underpinnings in the next 18 months and 20 electric and hydrogen fuel cell vehicles by 2023. (Courtesy of General Motors Co. via AP)

(WYTV) – Auto giant General Motors announced it will begin selling two new all-electric vehicles in the next 18 months and will have at least 20 new zero-emission electric vehicles in its lineup by 2023.

GM recently launched its first mass-market electric vehicle — the Chevrolet Bolt E. It will also have a new truck platform powered by hydrogen fuel cells.

The all-electric future is part of GM’s plans for self-driving vehicles with zero-emissions.