2012 GMC Terrain to Get High-Tech Upgrades

A solid performer for GM, the GMC Terrain is poised to step up its game in the compact crossover segment with a host of new high-tech gadgets.

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General Motors Plant In New York Hit By Parts Shortage, Layoffs

General Motors has halted production at their Tonawanda, New York engine plant, due to a parts shortage that has affected another factory in Louisiana.

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General Motors Suspends Louisiana Plant Production Until March 21 Due To Japanese Earthquake

General Motors Shreveport, Louisiana factory that builds the Chevrolet Colorado and GMC Canyon will face a production halt until March 21st due to supply chain issues stemming from Japan’s natural disasters.

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GM Offers Car Giveaway Through OnStar

General Motors has announced that it will be having a car giveaway sweepstakes through its OnStar division. From March 15 until May 31, if you have access to an OnStar equipped vehicle (that’s right, you don’t even need to be a subscriber), you can enter the contest, simply by pushing the OnStar button.

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GMC Granite Confirmed For Production, Again

A few months ago the Granite concept, the darling of GMC’s display at the 2010 Detroit Auto Show, was slated to enter production. But GM internal management never confirmed it, and the matter was dropped. Now, the GMC Granite has been given the go-ahead for production…again.

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GMC Acadia Being Cut Due to Overlap With Buick Enclave

Remember the Saturn Outlook? Well, soon you’ll be able to say the same about the GMC Acadia.

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General Motors To Develop Compact Pickup On Global Platform, With Thai Expertise

With the Ford Ranger having left the building, General Motors is capitalizing on the death of a legend by going full steam ahead with the development of their next compact pickups, which will replace the Chevrolet Colorado and GMC Canyon.

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GMC Sierra All-Terrain HD Concept Rumored for Production

At this year’s North American International Auto Show, General Motors teased truck lovers by unveiling the All-Terrain HD Concept, an off-road, pre-runner inspired vehicle in the SVT Raptor idom and derived from the current GMC Sierra HD.

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Detroit 2011: GMC Sierra All Terrain HD Concept Eats Raptors for Lunch

Compared to the Ford Raptor, the GMC Sierra All Terrain HD Concept is a T-Rex. Based on GM’s new Heavy Duty platform, this truck is in a whole other segment than the Raptor and was never meant to be a Baja machine.

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GMC Sierra All Terrain HD Concept: New Pictures Released Ahead of Detroit Debut

With a planned debut at the Detroit Auto Show next week, GMC has released a new selection of photos of its overtly excessive Sierra All Terrain HD Concept. We first brought you coverage of this new truck several weeks back, but the new gallery of pics provides more angles and shows the big off-roader’s interior.

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GM Recalls 2005-07 Cadillac CTS; Plus 2011 Cadillac, GMC and Chevy Trucks

General Motors has announced two separate recalls for a total of five vehicles totaling 100,000 units in all. The majority of recalled vehicles are 2005-07 Cadillac CTS models where the passenger airbag could fail to inflate in a crash due to a possible broken connection with the sensor in the passenger seat. In total 95,927 vehicles are affected.

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2011 Chevy Equinox, GMC Terrain, Cadillac SRX Recalled for Seat Belt Failure Risk

If you own a 2011 Chevy Equinox, GMC Terrain or Cadillac SRX this is not a recall you want to miss. While the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) has been busy recalling everything from Bentley logos to Suzuki gloveboxes, this latest recall regards seat belts that could fail.

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GMC Sierra All Terrain HD Concept Revealed Ahead of Detroit Auto Show
GM Revamps Buick-GMC Dealers, Adds 'Courtesy Transportation'

Among the many ‘new’ GM’s plans has been a more focused sales and marketing effort on each of its four remaining core brands.

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General Motors Offering Tours Of All 54 Plants

Want to see automotive line workers, drinking, smoking and slacking off? Unfortunately, you have to go to Chrysler for that. GM, on the other hand, will be offering tours of all 54 plants throughout 2011 in a pretty cool but transparent PR move designed to shore up public opinion after the company launched its IPO this past week.

Naturally, the emphasis will be on the thousands of jobs that GM provides – and that were saved thanks to the automotive bailout. GM’s Corvette plant in Bowling Green, Kentucky was the only GM plant that offered regular tours before this initiative.

Hit the jump to read the official press release

[Source: GM]

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