This coming Friday is another big day once again for the auto industry. All roads will lead to New York for the annual auto show. If the general public is excited to witness the unveiling of the latest vehicles, so are the automakers. They have even given a glimpse of what to expect from them.… read more.
Chevrolet plans to come up with a shorter range and a lower cost version of Volt to make it more appealing to car buyers and of course, to enhance its sales.
The automaker has already slashed the Volt’s price by $5,000. With a tax credit of $7,500, Volt’s price has gone down to $27,500.… read more.
Jerry Reynolds talks about GM’s latest legal battle, its $450M expansion, and Mazda spider problem.
The Feds are fining General Motors for giving too little information too late in its ignition switch recall.
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General Motors headed up by CEO… read more.
A few days before its formal debut in the New York auto show, Chevrolet has released some details of the 2015 Corvette Z06. The car manufacturing company has dropped the top of the vehicle for the first time since 1963. However, it still features the ZO6 engine, brakes, and racing suspension.
The 2015 Corvette… read more.
Less than two weeks after Malibu earned the Top Safety Pick+ rating, GM also received the same rating for two of its vehicles. These are the 2014 GMC Terrain and the 2014 Chevrolet Equinox. Out of the nine tested midsized SUVs, only these two earned Good ratings in the small overlap front crash test conducted… read more.