Third in our series of what auto people have in their garages. Here’s what Bob Boniface has inside
Kia grows its lineup of crossovers with a subcompact and provides it with tech so that it isn’t a vehicle that people buy wishing that they could afford something better.
GM, no stranger to electric vehicles, is getting ready for an extensive build—and will start next year
Plenty of the vehicles on the list of the top 10 are made in the U.S. But not by the traditional companies.
The first in a wave of new EVs GM plans to launch worldwide in coming years
The J.D. Power Vehicle Dependability Study proves cars are more dependable than ever, even though they also keep getting more complicated.
Brands are forever jockeying for superiority over their rivals.
NVH issues outweigh fuel efficiency gains for some customers
The rumor is that General Motors is going to bring back the Hummer.
The EPI finds there have been millions of people put out of work in the U.S. due to competition with China—most in manufacturing
Production applications for Level 2+ highway systems to start this year in Asia
General Motors reports its sales in China skidded 15% to 3.09 million cars and trucks. The company expects further erosion in 2020.
Canada’s Unifor union is hoping to somehow resurrect the Canadian assembly plant General Motors closed this week in Oshawa, Ont., after 112 years of operation.
The naysayers are changing their tune about U.S. car sales for 2019. Now it looks like sales once again will reach at least 17 million units.
Buick will drop the Regal, the only conventional sedan in its U.S. lineup, at the end of the 2020 model year to focus exclusively on SUV/crossovers.
Jerry Hirshberg, the multi-talented founder of Nissan Design International in southern California, has died at age 80.
General Motors Co. has promoted the head of its Chevrolet brand to a newly created position as vice president of dealer operations and innovation.
General Motors Co. has renamed and added capabilities to its OnStar-based fleet management tool.
Starting in 2020 new Chevrolet, Buick, GMC and Cadillac vehicles will include Alexa integration as a feature in the infotainment system.November 05, 2019 at 11:45 AM
Starting in 2020 new Chevrolet, Buick, GMC and Cadillac vehicles will include Alexa integration as a feature in the infotainment system.
General Motors Co. reports it sold 689,500 cars and light trucks in China in July-September, down 18% from the same period in 2018.