GM customers can buy auto parts directly from the new Detroit Free Press online marketplace | Car Plazas

In its bid to increase revenue from software and service sales, General Motors is launching an online parts store that will allow GM vehicle owners to purchase parts directly.

The automaker said Tuesday it was just one of many new digital offerings for car shoppers. These include digital purchase of accessories, over-the-air upgrades and subscriptions, and the ability to shop, purchase and finance EVs entirely online.

“We’re putting software and digital services at the core of every part of our business,” said Edward Kummer, GM’s chief digital officer. “The future of GM retail lies at the intersection of digital and physical e-commerce.”

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GM’s new online parts marketplace will provide Chevrolet, GMC, Buick and Cadillac owners with 45,000 repair and maintenance parts such as oil filters, engine and cab air filters, batteries, brake pads, accessory belts, coolant hoses and windshield wiper blades.

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