General Motors announced today that it will begin selling a small cargo van based on heavily on Nissan’s NV200.
Commonly known as GM, this Detroit based giant was the worlds largest automaker based on sales in 2011. GM distributes cars worldwide through its many subsidiary brands, the big ones being Chevrolet, GMC, Buick, Cadillac, Opel, Vauxhall and Holden. GM also lays claim to the longest built car nameplate with the Suburban.
As the U.S. Treasury Department looks to sell off its remaining shares of General Motors stock, its April report to Congress stated that it has sold 58.4-million shares so far this year, earning net proceeds of $1.6 billion.
General Motors is hiring roughly 100 retired engineers to watch its supplier base as the American automaker launches its new full-size pickup trucks.
Last December, the U.S. Department of Treasury announced that it would sell of its remaining shares of General Motors within the next 12 to 15 months.
Cadillac is beefing up its certified pre-owned program in anticipation of a surge in available off-lease vehicles.
General Motors is still eyeing the Scion FR-S and Subaru BRZ with envy, and that’s a good thing.
General Motors plans to buy “Factory One,” a 133-year-old building in Flint, Mich. that officials says was the maker’s birthplace.
General Motors announced today that it was the first automaker to sign a climate declaration acknowledging that responding to climate change is “good business.”
With four new plants planned for China by 2015, General Motors may look to begin exporting some of those models to sell in America.
General Motors announced today that OnStar’s First Assist service is accredited for emergency medical dispatching (EMD).
Mid-size truck buyers have something to look forward to next year from General Motors, although it’s probably not what they would expect.
The ordering guide for the 2014 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray has hit the Internet, but unfortunately, no official pricing info was revealed.
General Motors and Ford are collaborating on development of both a nine-and 10-speed automatic transmission, the companies said today.
General Motors has announced that it will returning to advertising on Facebook after an 11-month breakup.
Should General Motors’ German subsidiary be scrapped? Not according to its American parent, which plans to pour four billion Euros into it through 2016.
General Motors has began notifying 778,956 owners of various vehicles that they will need more frequent oil changes due to high warranty claims on several models.
Rumors behind General Motors resurrecting the “Chevelle” nameplate have been tossed around the last couple of years, and now the American automaker has filed a trademark for the name.
General Motors announced a $332 million investment into new powertrains today, including an eight-speed transmission slated for some of its vehicles by 2016.
Once upon a time trucks were built for work. They had manual door locks, crank windows and AM radios, if they had any sound system at all. Leather seats, air conditioning and voice-activated distractions were out of the question. Like a framing hammer, pickups were simple and effective. For decades they were purpose-made for hard-working…
The 2014 Cadillac CTS will be fully uncovered at the 2013 New York Auto Show, but today the brand divulged the three engine options that will reside under the hood.
As automakers continue to strive towards improving fuel economy across its lineup, General Motors is considering a smaller, lighter-weight three-cylinder engine for its Chevrolet Volt and Cadillac ELR models.
Following an investigation of General Motors vehicles with a transmission flaw, federal safety administrators are considering recalling another 1 million vehicles due to faulty electronics.
The Ford F-150, Chevy Silverado, Ram 1500 and Toyota Tundra have all seen updates in the past year, but what about smaller pickups which are seen as more affordable and fuel efficient? Well, they may be on the way back to relevance.
Lawmakers in Washington D.C. and California are armed with a legislative battleaxe and they’re bringing it to bear against the automotive industry. Fuel-economy regulations are hitting like a war hammer, disrupting the market and crushing carmakers. In a mad dash to meet upcoming CAFE standards manufacturers are dramatically shifting their product offerings. Downsized vehicles, hybrid…