The way people are going to get transportation is changing the world over. Get ready for it.
The rumor is that General Motors is going to bring back the Hummer.
General Motors plans to revive its gas-hog Hummer brand, this time to adorn an array of environmentally correct, all-electric SUVs and pickup trucks.
General Motors reports its sales in China skidded 15% to 3.09 million cars and trucks. The company expects further erosion in 2020.
When you’re driving a super-expensive supercar, maybe you want something more than just traditional sideview mirrors. Gentex and Aston Martin are testing a new approach that provides camera-based views too.
It has long been rumored and now it is officially announced.
General Motors is calling back roughly 900,000 fullsize pickup trucks and luxury sedans worldwide to fix a fire risk and/or eliminate a software glitch that could knock out a vehicle’s antilock braking and stability control systems.
Less than a year after BMW and Daimler merged their “Share Now” global mobility operations, the partners are discontinuing the car-sharing app in North America.
For being the “entry-lux” sedan, this really is one fine automobile
If big screen picture quality is your thing, then the 2021 Cadillac Escalade may be the ultimate living room on wheels.
The bulk of Cadillac’s lineup—and perhaps all of it—will consist of electric vehicles by 2030, the company says.
When an OEM and a supplier collaborate for battery production
Cadillac Live lets car buyers interact remotely with product specialists, without having to visit a dealership.
Are vehicle sales in China down? Sure. But that may be a temporary glitch in what otherwise seemed to be a relentless increase over the past several years.
Daimler AG’s Mercedes-Benz unit has decided not to participate in next April’s New York auto show.
Mazda Motor Corp. reportedly may add a vehicle subscription service in the U.K.
General Motors Co.’s Cadillac brand plans to launch a new version of its Book by Cadillac subscription service next spring.
General Motors Co. reportedly will use its revived Detroit-Hamtramck assembly plant to build all-electric versions of its fullsize Cadillac Escalade and GMC Sierra SUVs.
Lexus, Mazda and Toyota captured the top three spots in this year’s Consumer Reports Auto Reliability Survey rankings.
General Motors Co. has renamed and added capabilities to its OnStar-based fleet management tool.