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CNET 13 Jan 2021

General Motors made the most of CES 2021, betting the farm on a new idea

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Everyone's in, goes the new refrain, as GM slides all its chips across the table toward electrification with a slew of sneak peeks at their fleet of coming electric cars, and one that isn't a car at all.


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