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GM is projecting that its second-generation Ultium packs, expected mid-decade, will cost 60 percent less than the batteries in use today with twice the energy density expected. (Photo by Steve Fecht for General Motors)

GM R&D Group Manager Mei Cai, Ph.D., holds a prototype second-generation Ultium battery cell. GM has completed hundreds of test cycles on the multi-layer prototypes of this next-generation Ultium cell chemistry. Production cells are expected by mid-decade. (Photo by Steve Fecht for General Motors)

GM is doing most of the development work on its second-generation Ultium cells internally at its Chemical and Materials Systems Lab, located at the Global Technical Center in Warren, Michigan. This facility features a fabrication line with polymer mixing, slurries, a coating machine and a cell assembly room. (Photo by Steve Fecht for General Motors)

GM’s versatile Ultium platform provides the building blocks for everything, from mass market to high performance vehicles – all from a single, common cell in most markets and a set of interchangeable propulsion components. (Photo by Steve Fecht for General Motors)

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