Submitted by holidayday on September 18, 2013
from the article: "Doug Parks, GM's vice president of global product programs, disclosed the effort on Monday at GM's battery laboratory and test facility in Warren, Mich., but didn't say when the car would be available. He said while the technology is available now, the cost of the batteries remains too high to be able to pull off the feat today."
So, they don't know when yet, but I commend their efforts, and I hope the put up a true Tesla competitor. Because if they can do that too, Tesla's master plan will come together, and we ALL breathe a bit easier.