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  • General Motors to preserve historic Factory One
    General Motors to preserve historic Factory One
    General Motors plans to refurbish the factory in Flint, MI, that eventually helped launch the auto industry. General Motors announced August 15, 2015, that it will spend millions and convert the historic Durant-Dort Factory One into a research and...
  •  Mercedes celebrates big gains in China as GM sales falter
    Mercedes celebrates big gains in China as GM sales falter
    Mercedes-Benz saw its sales soar to by 16% in July to for a record 159,040 cars thanks to double digit sales in China as well as in Europe. According to the company’s marketing boss Ola Kallenius, they have already passed the one-million...
  • The 2016 Chevrolet Camaro drops its top
    The 2016 Chevrolet Camaro drops its top
    Just one month after unveiling the redesigned 2016 Chevrolet Camaro, Chevrolet is already showing off the convertible version. The convertible, which will go on sale early next year, was unveiled June 24, 2015, in Detroit.Chevy is promising that...
  • Russia bias: Where was World Court in fining U.S. for thefts during GM takeover?
    Russia bias: Where was World Court in fining U.S. for thefts during GM takeover?
    On June 18, the nation's of Belgium and France announced they were seizing Russian assets abroad to pay towards a World Court ruling that found in favor of the now defunct Yukos oil company. Yukos was born after the fall of the Soviet Union by...
  • Automakers scramble to embrace data privacy
    Automakers scramble to embrace data privacy
    Today’s connected automobiles are now mobile devices on wheels, and this new reality is raising significant concerns among consumers who are asking increasingly tougher questions about collection of their data when they are behind the wheel...
  • GM to cut 100 jobs at Orion plant as Verano and Sonic sales continue to slide
    GM to cut 100 jobs at Orion plant as Verano and Sonic sales continue to slide
    General Motors has announced that poor sales for Chevy Sonic and Buick Verano have forced them to rethink production plans, including dropping the number of cars made from 33 an hour to 36 and laying-off approximately 100 workers at its Orion...
  • Chevrolet celebrates 2016 Camaro with classic Camaro party
    Chevrolet celebrates 2016 Camaro with classic Camaro party
    Chevrolet is heating up the pony car rodeo with a new, lighter, hi-tech Camaro. The 2016 Camaro was unveiled at a huge Camaro party on Belle Isle, in Detroit, on May 16. Camaro owners and enthusiasts from all over the country were invited to...
  • GM ignition recall
    General Motors ignition recall fatality tally hits 100
    The number of deaths linked to the General Motors ignition switch recall has now reached 100, Automotive News reported yesterday, up three from a week earlier. The new figure represents the claims that have been approved for payment by the program...
  • GM to celebrate huge milestone
    General Motors to celebrate huge milestone
    General Motors is holding an event to mark an incredible milestone. The company will be celebrating the completion of its 500 millionth vehicle built globally. GM is scheduling a news conference for next Monday, May 4, 2015, at its Fairfax...
  • GM boosts Flint's economic recovery with $4 million gift to Kettering University
    GM boosts Flint's economic recovery with $4 million gift to Kettering University
    General Motors is planning to help “flight blight” in Flint, MI by donating $4 million to Mary Barra’s alma mater, Kettering University, to build a test lab for powertrains within the next 2-3 years.Flint is the birthplace of GM,...
  • Cadillac and Lincoln go big at New York auto show
    Cadillac and Lincoln go big at the New York auto show
    Both Cadillac and Lincoln are signaling a return to luxury, as they reveal large sedans at the New York auto show. Cadillac is unveiling its CT6. The world premiere was held last night in Brooklyn. The new rear-wheel drive Cadillac will be the...
  • NHTSA powers may increase
    NHTSA may gain significant power to battle recalls
    In what could be a major victory for drivers, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) will gain major powers to halt sales of recalled cars, if Congress approves the $478 billion surface transportation funding bill. The bill was...
  • From Russia without love: GM to shut down St, Petersburg plant
    From Russia without love: GM to shut down St, Petersburg plant
    GM is pulling out of Russia in light of the country’s continuing economic crisis and shrinking auto market. Not only will they shut production at the St. Petersburg factory by mid-year, they will stop all sales of its mass market Opel brand...
  • GM to reduce warranty for Chevy and GMC
    General Motors reduces Chevy and GMC Warranty
    According to Reuters and the Automotive News, General Motors is planning on cutting down the powertrain warranties on all Chevrolet and GMC vehicles. Starting with the 2016 model years. GM believes that the original five-year, 100,000 mile...
  • Chevy looks to light up NY and Seoul auto shows with revamped Spark
    Chevy looks to light up NY and Seoul auto shows with revamped Spark
    Chevy just announced that it will introduce its new “sleeker, more aerodynamic 2016 Spark at both the New York and Seoul Auto Shows April 2nd. In addition to a more curve to its roofline and increased angle for the hood and nose, the 2016...
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