LG Energy Solution and General Motors (GM) have agreed to a $150 million settlement to resolve class action lawsuits related to battery defects in electric vehicles. This agreement stems from issues with batteries supplied by LG, which led to recalls and significant financial repercussions for GM.

The settlement aims to compensate for the costs incurred due to the defective batteries, which affected the Chevrolet Bolt EV and other models. Both companies have committed to addressing the root cause of the defects and ensuring higher quality standards in future battery production.

This resolution highlights the importance of accountability and collaboration between automakers and their suppliers in the rapidly evolving electric vehicle market. By addressing these challenges head-on, LG and GM aim to restore consumer confidence and reinforce their dedication to advancing electric mobility.

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