GM Announces Zero Light-Duty Vehicle Emissions by 2035 + Carbon Neutrality by 2040

An industry leading stand on climate friendly product and manufacturing

General Motors continues its aggressive program to introduce zero emission light-duty vehicles—currently targeted for 30 all-electric models by 2025—by accelerating timelines and increasing investment. Their goal is to be emission free by 2035 and have all of their products and facilities—globally—achieve carbon neutrality by 2040. To do so, the brand is allocating more than half of its investment and dedicating more than half of its product …

Behind Cadillac’s Ambitious All-Electric Debut, the LYRIQ Crossover

Cadillac's team of designers provides insight on the new luxury crossover

Cadillac’s first-ever all-electric vehicle is more than a show car design—it’s the long-awaited design revolution. LYRIQ, the electric portfolio-defining release, leverages decades of research and 100+ years of innovation, setting a path for the carmaker’s future and a standard for the luxury EV market. New technologies like augmented reality displays, remote self-parking, Super Cruise (hands-free driving) and an industry-leading dash-spanning LED screen help define the …

Link About It: This Week’s Picks

Women shaping the design world, India's wine industry, the recipe for black concrete and more

Farewell to the Plastic Bags of NYC While the single-use plastic bag ban in New York (instated 1 March) is undeniably necessary, the bags’ kitsch designs have become synonymous with the city. Graphic designer Sho Shibuya collected more than 200 different types of bags over several years and photographed some of his favorite designs, sharing them with The New York Times. “In treasuring things other …