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GM Has Announced To Restart The Production of Bolt EV Batteries

General Motors (GM) has announced its decision to resume the production of Bolt EV batteries following a detailed strategy to ensure the safety and convenience of electric vehicle users. Initially, the company had planned to halt the production of EV Bolts but has now opted for a different approach.

The initial production shutdown was triggered by battery issues resulting in a widespread recall of electric vehicles, causing significant concerns. These defects, such as tearing anodes and folding cathode-anode separators, posed safety risks, including the potential for vehicle fires.

In an official statement, GM mentioned that LG, the battery supplier, has implemented improved manufacturing processes and collaborated with GM to enhance quality assurance protocols to instill confidence in the batteries moving forward. These updated processes will be extended to other facilities supplying batteries to GM.

Additionally, GM has developed diagnostic software to identify irregularities indicating a compromised battery in Bolt EVs and EUVs by monitoring battery performance. This technology not only allows Bolt EV owners to surpass the current 90% charging limit but also enhances safety for all electric vehicles on the road.

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