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28 07 2017 01

General Motors is working on a new electric-vehicle architecture and a new generation of in-car infotainment that will offer “over-the-air” (OTA) software updates, Automotive News reports. CEO Mary Barra said Tuesday that a rollout is planned “before 2020.”

Up to this point, GM has only administered OTA updates for its OnStar suite of in-car services, never delivering new infotainment, powertrain, or chassis software to customer cars wirelessly. That’s set to change soon with the launch of new infotainment systems and a new electrical architecture for its vehicles.

“We are in the process of deploying a new electrical architecture, which is a pretty comprehensive undertaking, and that’s well under way… as well as a whole new generation of infotainment systems,” Ms. Barra said in a Tuesday call with analysts. “You’ll see us have [over-the-air-update] capability as we move forward.”

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