Engineering GM’s Ultium Platform: Battery Pack Flexibility To Power EVs Across Wide-Ranging Segments

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  • Andy Oury, Engineering Technical Leader for High Voltage Battery Packs at General Motors

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Apr 7, 2022, 2:15 pm EDT

General Motors believes in an all-electric future with zero crashes, zero emissions, and zero congestion. GM plans to launch 30 new all-electric vehicles by 2025 leveraging the innovative Ultium Platform, GM’s next-generation BEV architecture.

In this Keynote presentation, Andy Oury, the Engineering Technical Leader for High Voltage Battery Packs at General Motors, will discuss the engineering of the Ultium Platform and how its flexibility can power electric vehicles across wide-ranging segments, from performance vehicles to mid-size SUVs and the world’s first all-electric super-truck.

Mr Oury has 22 years of experience in automotive product development, focused on chassis and battery engineering. Andy led several cross-functional teams to design and launch hybrid battery packs in the third-generation eAssist system and Chevrolet Malibu Hybrid. More recently, he worked on the development of the Ultium battery platform. Andy earned a Bachelor’s degree from MIT in mechanical engineering and a Master’s from Purdue in multidisciplinary engineering.

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