Five Active Safety Features Come Standard on all GM EVs for 2023 Model YearBackGM will surpass an industry commitment to Automatic Emergency Braking as standard equipment on at least 95 percent of vehicles sold, including all 2023 and newer EVsCompany also adds four additional active safety features offered as standard across the breadth of 2023 GM lineup – from EVs to internal combustion engine vehicles, and models across price pointsDETROIT – General Motors will include Automatic Emergency Braking, as well as four additional active safety features proven to reduce crashes, as standard equipment on 98% of its 2023 model year vehicles. GM is on track to meet a previously signed industry commitment to make Automatic Emergency Braking standard on 95% of all new vehicles sold. “GM has gone well beyond the safety commitment we made to our customers for the 2023 model year, with a handful of additional standard safety features shown to bring real-world results,” said John Capp, director, Vehicle Safety Technology, Strategy and Regulations. A 2023 University of Michigan Transportation Research Institute (UMTRI) study examining these GM safety features indicated Automatic Emergency Braking, together with Forward Collision Alert, reduced rear-end striking crashes by 42%. GM’s latest affordable internal combustion engine products also reflect the company’s commitment to standard active safety features.