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Look out New York City: GM to start testing self-driving cars in Manhattan next year

Self-driving cars are coming to New York City with General Motors Corp. announcing that they will be the first company to deploy the nascent technology on the streets of Manhattan starting next year. GM will be testing a fleet of Level...Show More Summary

GM to test self-driving cars in N.Y.

General Motors plans to test vehicles in fully autonomous mode in New York state in early 2018, according to New York Governor Andrew Cuomo. Fred Katayama reports. Video provided by Reuters        

Look Out, New Yorkers: GM To Begin Testing Driverless Cars In The Big Apple

If you happen to see a driverless car trundling down Fifth Avenue, don’t panic. Compounding the misery that Elon Musk is likely feeling right now, General Motors has scored yet another victory in its quest to build the first commercially viable self-driving car. Show More Summary

GM's Cruise will test self-driving cars in New York in 2018

General Motors plans to add another city to the list of places where it is testing autonomous cars.

Why Cadillac chose SoHo over Detroit

In the three years that Johan de Nysschen has been running the Cadillac division of General Motors, he has moved the global headquarters to SoHo and has pushed sales to their highest levels in three... To view the full story, click the title link.

Cramer explains why General Motors' stock is back in style on Wall Street

Jim Cramer goes over the possible reasons for Wall Street's newfound love for General Motors.

Striking Canadian union approves deal with GM

General Motors came to an agreement with workers at plant in Ontario, Canada, ending a month-long strike.

GM has settled its Canada strike — but the union might not be happy about the results (GM)

General Motors on Monday welcomed the ratification of a new four-year agreement by unionized workers at its SUV plant in Ontario, Canada, ending a near month-long strike. The US auto giant and the union reached a tentative deal on Friday. Show More Summary

Unifor Approves Contract at GM’s Canadian Equinox Factory, Strike Ends Tonight

General Motors and Unifor representation at the CAMI plant in Ingersoll, Ontario, announced a tentative agreement on Friday. Today, that deal proved amicable to both parties, as union employees voted to approve a new four-year contract...Show More Summary

GM CEO shares concerns about China’s planned petrol and diesel car ban

2 days agoVehicles / Cars : Car Advice

Mary Barra, CEO of General Motors, has voiced some caution about China’s plan to ban cars powered by petrol and diesel engines. Speaking last week at an event to mark her inclusion in Most Powerful Women list by Fortune in Washington, DC, she clarified earlier comments about the China’s plans to accelerate the adoption of […]

New General Motors Platform Addresses Transportation Challenges

3 days agoVehicles / Cars : AutomoBlog

General Motors is diving headlong into several high-tech futures simultaneously. Autonomous vehicles, fuel cells, logistics simplification, even natural disaster relief. What I notice here is GM putting all this on the back of a semi-old idea of theirs: The flexible fuel cell platform. In 2002, GM had this show car, but the whole thing wasn’t […]

General Motors, Union Strike Tentative Deal at Striking Equinox Plant

After a month-long strike and a war of words that erupted earlier this week, General Motors and the union representing workers at its CAMI assembly plant have struck a tentative deal. Late Friday, Unifor Local 88 posted a statement claiming a breakthrough in bargaining talks that reached an impasse on September 17th. Show More Summary

This time capsule 1979 Pontiac Trans Am has been driven just 65 miles

Pontiac's days of building excitement are long gone, though they arguably faded into the sunset long before the division was axed in 2009. Yet, classic Pontiac cars still remind us of the days before General Motors gave "badge engineering" its blessing. The Pontiac Firebird Trans Am is merely one example, but it is a strong reminder that Pontiac...

Hamtramck Going Dark as GM Large Sedan Inventories Balloon

It’s going to be a black Christmas at the Detroit-Hamtramck assembly plant this year. Amid rising inventory levels for the Cadillac CT6, Buick LaCrosse, Chevrolet Impala, and Chevrolet Volt, General Motors plans to shut off the lights for the rest of the year. Show More Summary

GM SURUS Autonomous Truck

General Motors’ SURUS (Silent Utility Rover Universal Superstructure) is a universal truck platform that has autonomous capabilities and is powered by hydrogen fuel cells. Modules include a cab for human drivers, an ambulance and a mobile generator.

GM bought a little-known startup and suddenly became a dominant force in self-driving cars (GM)

General Motors and Cruise Automation made news by buying Pasadena-based Strobe, Inc. Strobe's CEO explained how the deal happened. She also provided details on the company's technology. Julie Schoenfeld has seen the future of the self-driving,...Show More Summary

Morning Movers: Wells Fargo Drops, Bank of America Gains, General Motors Rises

All the market-moving news you need to know this morning including earnings from Wells Fargo and Bank of America, an upgrade for General Motors, and downgrades for Hewlett Packard Enterprise and Ford.

Australia Will Soon Make Its Last Commercial Car

Image. imgur The last Holden car is expected to roll out of General Motors' assembly plant in Elizabeth, South Australia, on October 20, during a ceremony for employees. But an image that surfaced ahead of that appears to show the car in the process of being built. The car will be the last commercial car ever built in Australia. More »      

General Motors' stock run-up has opened a window for automakers, analyst says

General Motors is driving up the ramp to the highway of its transformation journey, Morgan Stanley's Adam Jonas said.

It Doesn’t Matter How Much Trump, Pruitt, and America Love Gas Guzzlers

It’s been a big week for the electrification of cars in the U.S. On Monday, General Motors announced it was embracing an electric future. “General Motors believes the future is all-electric,” said GM head of product Mark Reuss. As the first steps, GM plans to introduce two new all-electric models next year and 18 more in the next five years. Show More Summary

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