The feature enables EVgo GM customers to start a fast-charging session without opening a mobile app or swiping an RFID or credit card.
The service utilizes the latest iteration of EVgo's Autocharge technology, adding enhanced security features.
"In collaboration with GM, EVgo continues to implement new technology across multiple hardware and software platforms to enhance the charging experience," said EVgo chief technology officer Ivo Steklac.
To enroll, GM customers must register their vehicle in the GM brand app, link their EVgo account, and activate the service.
In its efforts to expand charging access, GM is working with EVgo to add more than 3,250 additional fast chargers throughout the U.S. by 2025.
Price Action: EVGO shares are trading lower by 1.99% at $7.53 on the last check Monday.
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