Shareholder Information

2015 was a strong year for General Motors, including record sales and earnings, substantial return of capital to shareholders, continued strengthening of our core business and a series of actions to define and lead the future of personal mobility for a growing number of customers like Steve, featured on the cover of this year’s report.

Last year, we introduced the second-generation Volt – more capable, more efficient, more advanced in every way. This year, we’ll start production of the new Chevrolet Bolt EV, an all-electric vehicle with a range of more than 200 miles and a price around $30,000 after government incentives.

The Chevrolet Volt and Bolt EV are just two examples of how continued strength in our core business today will help GM drive the future of personal mobility tomorrow – a future that will be here before we know it.

Our company’s financial performance in 2015 and over the last several years has been strong and improving. This includes records for net income, EBIT-adjusted and EBIT-adjusted margin, as well as EPS-diluted-adjusted that has increased 58 percent since 2013.

We also achieved our goal of 10-percent margin in North America a year ahead of schedule. And we ended 2015 with total automotive liquidity of $32.5 billion and automotive cash and marketable securities of $20.3 billion.

In 2016, we remain committed to our financial targets: improved EBIT-adjusted, EBIT-adjusted margin, automotive adjusted free cash flow and EPS-diluted-adjusted.

We’ll continue to strengthen our core business, take advantage of growth opportunities and define the future of personal mobility. Through it all, we’ll continue to put customers at the center of everything we do, while maximizing shareholder returns and long-term value.