Google Cars Could Be a 'Competitive Threat:' GM

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.

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GM Igniton Switch Crash Count Hiked to 47

The number of crashes acknowledged by GM to be related to faulty ignition switches now sits at 47.

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Sixth Generation Camaro to Arrive in 2016

When the 2015 Mustang arrives, it won’t have very long to roam free as the only new muscle car because Chevrolet will swing back with the sixth-generation Camaro in 2016.

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GM Recall Death Count 'Likely' More Than 13

Experts believe it is likely the number of deaths related to the GM ignition switch recall is more than 13.

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GM Ignition Switch Recall Lawsuits Total $10B

It appears that General Motors has a rough road ahead of itself as a result of the massive ignition switch recall.

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GM Offers Seatbelt Use Enforcing Interlocks

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.

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GM Recalls Another 2.42 Million Vehicles in May

General Motors announced another wave of recalls today covering four separate issues including the new Escalade and heavy-duty trucks.

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How General Motors Re-Engineered the Dictionary

General Motors instructed its engineers to soften the language they used in reporting possible mechanical problems.

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GM Announces Five New Recalls: 2.7 Million Affected

General Motors is taking no chances these days with safety after the ignition switch switch debacle and has announced a new set of recalls that affects 2.7 million vehicles. 

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Should I Buy a Used Chevrolet Camaro?

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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.

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GM Says Single Key is Safe for Recalled Vehicles

In the wake of its 2.6-million vehicle ignition switch recall, GM conducted testing on the affected cars and is ensuring customers that they are safe to drive, with a caveat. 

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GM Quietly Grants Employee Pricing to Recall Customers

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.

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2015 Chevrolet Impala CNG Priced From $38,210

Chevrolet confirmed pricing today for the bi-fuel version of its 2015 model year Impala full-size sedan.

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GM Announces New Race Engine Development Facility

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.

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GM Hastens Next-Gen Electric Powertrain Development

General Motors announced today that it will move all of its North American powertrain engineering to a single facility being built in Pontiac, Mich.

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