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Where is in-car connectivity going in the future? A group of high-level industry experts weighed in on this pressing question yesterday at Telematics Update Detroit.
General Motors is apologizing to the families of victims of fatal crashes linked to the ignition switch recall who received recall notices for the crashed vehicles.
GM’s OnStar service is meant to help subscribers in all sorts of predicaments, but the company goes above and beyond in emergency situations.
Google’s prototype of a self-driving car might not look serious, but a major automaker believes they can become competitive in the automotive marketplace.
General Motors has released a full list of all the recalls it has issued thus far in 2014 which reveals that the total number of cars affected worldwide is sitting at 15.8 million.
The number of crashes acknowledged by GM to be related to faulty ignition switches now sits at 47.
General Motors is launching a new safety system in some of its vehicles that won’t allow the driver to shift out of park unless occupants buckle their seat belts.
General Motors announced another wave of recalls today covering four separate issues including the new Escalade and heavy-duty trucks.
Return of the Chevy Pony Car
In 2009 Chevrolet resurrected the Camaro nameplate. Using a mix of retro inspired style and futuristic design elements, the reborn Camaro commanded road presence and has become a sales success.
General Motors is planning a handful of tweaks and updates for its full-size trucks that will take effect in the 2015 model year.
GMC announced today that it is offering below MSRP discounts to anyone who has served or is currently serving in a branch of the military.
There’s more fallout from General Motors’ toxic ignition recall. Another high-level engineer is stepping down from his post.
General Motors is offering employee pricing to people who own a vehicle being recalled as part of its controversial ignition switch campaign, but there’s a catch.
General Motors announced today that it began construction on a new facility in Pontiac, Mic. that will serve as the new home to its racing powertrain development effort.
General Motors announced today that it will move all of its North American powertrain engineering to a single facility being built in Pontiac, Mich.
General Motors’ engineers have made life a little less worrisome for parents with small children.
Amid executing a recall covering 2.6 million vehicles, General Motors’ first quarter net income sank 86 percent compared to the same period a year ago.