GM buys out Buick dealers who refuse to invest in EV future

The Buick division of General Motors intends to only manufacture electric cars for its customers beginning in 2030. That’s five years sooner than California’s newly announced prohibition on the sale of cars and light duty trucks with gasoline or diesel engines. Following a policy that began with Cadillac dealers, Buick will offer all of its 2000 dealers in the US the opportunity to opt-out of the electric car future.

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