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General Motors Discontinues a Chevrolet That’s Also a Nissan

General Motors, the automaker that once took badge engineering to dizzying new heights, is culling a slow-selling carbon copy from its lineup. The Chevrolet City Express, a small, front-drive panel van you’ll be forgiven for not remembering, will no longer be available to commercial buyers, GM says. Show More Summary

2019 Cadillac CT6 gets twin-turbo V-8 V-Sport, updated look

When it arrived for 2016, Cadillac’s CT6 ushered in a new naming strategy for the brand and marked the first use of the lightweight, aluminum-infused Omega platform for large, rear-wheel-drive cars at General Motors. While the CT6 was never meant to be the true flagship sedan Cadillac fans have been pining over for years, its combination of...

GM Claims It Will Start Manufacturing Autonomous Cars Next Year

General Motors has announced it will begin manufacturing autonomous vehicles by 2019. Since purchasing Cruise Automation in 2016, GM has invested heavily into self-driving cars. However, its Chevrolet Bolt-based Cruise AV has only served as a testbed for the technology. Show More Summary

Apple's self-driving car test fleet up to 45 vehicles navigating California roads

Apple is rapidly growing the number of self-driving test vehicles it has in its home state, putting it at second place there behind only General Motors' Cruise subsidiary.

Ruin Porn No More? Ford Reportedly in Talks to Buy Michigan Central Depot

Detroit’s skyline-defining riverfront Renaissance Center is better known to car enthusiasts as the RenCen, home to General Motors, which has owned the seven tower complex for more than 20 years. Less well known is the fact that the RenCen was the brainchild of Henry Ford II. Show More Summary

GM begins mass-production of autonomous Cruise AV in 2019

General Motors has announced that the fully autonomous Cruise AV will go into production in 2019. GM will invest more then $100 million to build the Bolt-based, self-driving EV at the Orion Township assembly plant in Michigan, alongside the standard Bolt and the Sonic. Show More Summary

Christopher Liddell named White House deputy chief of staff for policy coordination

Christopher Liddell has been named the deputy chief of staff for policy coordination, the White House announced Monday morning. Liddell, a former executive at Microsoft and General Motors, will be tasked with overseeing and coordinating President Trump's policy process, according to White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders. Show More Summary

Is Congress Ready to Allow Cars With No Steering Wheel?

It won't be long before you look at the car next to you and see no driver, but no steering wheel? No gas pedal? And no brakes?! General Motors already has plans to make that kind of self-driving car. It is the latest thing in driverless design, and it's......

A Great Day in American Automotive History …

Sixty years ago Today the Ford Motor Company produced it’s 50 millionth automobile the Thunderbird, and fifty years ago today General Motors produced it’s 100 millionth automobile, the Tornado, putting the automobile revolution in full swing and launching the Automotive industry to its height (before their downfall began in the 1970s and 1980s with a […]

Buy Ford Stock for the F-150 Alone, Morgan Stanley Tells Investors

It’s no secret Ford Motor Company cut its previous CEO, Mark Fields, loose after the company’s stock price fell 40 percent during his time at the helm. Eager to attract investors, Fields’ superiors must have looked at General Motors’...Show More Summary

Death Comes to the Lincoln Continental?

It’s not something a Lincoln aficionado, or even anyone with a general appreciation for history, wants to hear, but sources with knowledge of Ford Motor Company’s product plans claim the Lincoln Continental is headed for the grave. Speaking...Show More Summary

Would you Airbnb your car?

General Motors reportedly introducing 'Air BnB for your car'. Read more

General Motors Invests $100 Million Toward Autonomous Vehicle Production

3 days agoVehicles / Cars : AutomoBlog

General Motors has announced a $100 million investment to upgrade two manufacturing facilities in Michigan, a move that strengthens the company’s ongoing commitment to automated driving. The announcement comes on the heels of Chief Executive Officer Mary Barra’s presentation during the annual CERAWeek energy conference in Houston, Texas on March 7th. Show More Summary

CERAWeek: GM’s Barra calls for expanded EV tax credits, drive toward a zero-emissions future

Emissions, agility and autonomous vehicles were the focus of General Motors CEO Mary Barra’s luncheon address to energy industry executives Wednesday, March 7, at CERAWeek by IHS Markit in Houston. “We’re optimistic about EVs,” Barra said of the drive to zero emissions, with a dramatic increase in customer miles traveled in electric vehicles. Show More Summary

Hot Two-seater Variant Is Just What the Chevrolet Bolt Needs

Stop thinking about roadsters. To the best of our knowledge, General Motors has no plans to enter the burgeoning electric sports car market, and we pray it wouldn’t be a front-drive model if it did. No, the two-seater Chevrolet Bolt we speak of remains pretty much unchanged when viewed from the outside. Show More Summary

Take the Cash, Hit the Bricks: Nearly 2,500 Korean Workers Opt for GM’s Voluntary Redundancy Package

Union officials have stated that roughly 2,500 workers from General Motors’ South Korean unit have applied for a redundancy package offered as part of the automaker’s comprehensive restructuring of the region. The number represents around 15...Show More Summary

GM Says Landfill-free Plants Are Just the Beginning

General Motors today is one of the leading companies, with their RE100 commitment to renewable power, their innovative line of electrified vehicles, and their unparalleled commitment to waste-free facilities.

February 2018 Truck Sales: Healthy Volume Doesn’t always Make for a Happy Automaker

As we told you earlier this afternoon, two of the Detroit Three automakers posted significant year-over-year U.S. sales decreases last month. Ford Motor Company and General Motors both saw American sales volume sink by 6.9 percent. While...Show More Summary

Locals Go HONK HONK as General Motors Tests Its “Cruise” Robot Cars Specifically In and Around Construction Zones, These Days, on the Streets of San Francisco

TweetHere we go – southbound Masonic at Anza. The left turn pocket lane that this robot might have been expecting is now gone, due to the endless construction projects in and around the 3000 feet of Masonic betwixt Fell and Geary, so Mr Roboto patiently waits, doing nothing. There’s a short left turn arrow at the […]

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