Further focusing on a handful of fruitful markets for manufacturing
Nearly a decade in the making, the new oil burner may have passed its sell-by date
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.
This year deliveries of cars and light-duty trucks in the U.S. will drop below 17 million units for the first time since 2014.
Yes, the wait is over: the team at Bowling Green is building 2020 Corvettes for consumers
NVIDIA Offers “Orin”; Fighting Cyberattacks; Under the Radar Weight Savings
Concept promises 20% reduction in stopping distance
It’s alive! EVs give GM’s Detroit-Hamtramck plant a new life
GM sees an all-electric future. It must have quite the telescope
No steering wheel, no foot pedals, no driver, no problem
SEMA Memorial Scholarship Fund gets $150K from an amazing Volvo Amazon
The rumor is that General Motors is going to bring back the Hummer.
The final ballots are actually tabulated and kept secret by Deloitte before being revealed on stage in Detroit. . . .
General Motors reports its sales in China skidded 15% to 3.09 million cars and trucks. The company expects further erosion in 2020.
Things you probably wished you got for Christmas, not under your tree, but in the driveway. . .
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.
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.
U.S. regulators may order General Motors to more than quadruple a 2-year-old recall of SUVs with windshield wiper systems that could stop working.
General Motors will spend more than $7 billion in four years to defend its booming lead in U.S. truck sales.