GM renews E-Ray trademark patentAugust 16, 2020
The corresponding entry has already appeared in the US Patent and Trademark Office.
The American concern General Motors has decided to renew the patent for the trade name E-Ray. This name could be given to the Corvette supercar. This name first appeared in documents 5 years ago. As noted at GM, it was planned to be used for a hybrid or electric Corvette.
At the same time, such modifications of the car have not appeared for 5 years. However, the renewal of the right to the mark suggests that General Motors is still planning to develop and produce such a car. If an electric or hybrid version appears in the eighth generation of the supercar, it may be called the Chevrolet Corvette E-Ray. However, it is possible that GM will use the E-Ray designation not only for the Corvette, but also for other electric vehicles of the brand.
Earlier, US presidential candidate Joe Biden spoke about the secret electric version of the Chevrolet Corvette, but GM did not comment on this.
Earlier, General Motors spoke about the financial results of the first half of 2020. By the end of six months, the concern was in the red. It is noteworthy that for the same period last year, GM made a record profit.
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