The world-wide pandemic has pressured automakers like General Motors to shutter factories and delay predicted motor vehicle programs in get to weather conditions the storm.

But a single arena in which GM is plowing bullishly forward is electrical motor vehicles. In a meeting simply call with reporters, GM’s Vice President in demand of electrical and autonomous motor vehicles, Ken Morris, reported the organization was “totally on time” with its numerous present-day EV programs.

“We have not dropped a beat,” he remarked.

That’s regardless of an predicted 43% fall in world-wide EV need for 2020 stemming from the novel coronavirus and its financial effect, forecast by strength consultancy Wooden Mackenzie, or WoodMac.