General Motors Company, known as General Motors or GM, General Motors owns Buick, Cadillac, Chevrolet, and GMC headquarters in Detroit’s Renaissance Center.

2021 GMC Sierra makes towing trailering easier

The road less trailered One of the benefits of the COVID-19 pandemic is that more people stay in their own country visiting states they've never known. The RV Industry Association found that more than 46 million Americans plan to take an RV trip in the next year. As a result, RVs' shipments have been increasing [...]

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Uber and General Motors go electric in CA and CO

California and Colorado Starting in Los Angeles and Denver drivers with Uber Diamond-tier status eligible special financing through a pilot program with GM Financial. General Motors is teaming up with Uber to help accelerate the rideshare industry’s transition to an all-electric, zero-emissions future by offering drivers on Uber’s platform special pricing to purchase a new [...]

General Motors uses Analog to go wireless

wireless battery management system, or wBMS General Motors will be the first automaker to use an almost entirely wireless battery management system, or wBMS, for production electric vehicles. This wireless system, developed with Analog Devices, Inc., will be a primary driver of GM’s ability to ultimately power many different types of electric vehicles from a [...]

Cadillac’s V-Series Blackwing is back

The Bird takes flight. The fourth-generation V-Series is finding its wings again; its blackwings. The Blackwing has a long history in the Cadillac heritage. If you see a V-Series Cadillac from the 1930-1940s, you see the V-logo’s grace as it embraces the grille. Just over 4,000 of the opulent V-16s were created during the Great [...]

General Motor’s global electrification strategy

GM taking Electric Vehicles globally It has to be a difficult time to be making long-term decisions for any global company. As General Motors expands its IQ brand (are they calling it that yet, or just naming all their electric cars ending in IQ?) multiples challenges are looming; COVID-19, trade uncertainty, flooding in China, bureaucracy [...]

Is Trump biting the hand that fed him? Michigan

Fool me once, Shame on you “In times of crisis, we have to transcend the personal and come together for the greater good. Whether it is beverage companies producing hand sanitizer or fashion companies creating hospital gowns, there’s nothing more entrepreneurial than seeing an urgent need and meeting it. That’s why we are using our [...]

General Motors doesn’t need a bailout

GM using credit instead of a bailout This is what I'm talking about, a company that has capital, or the ability to get capital instead of begging to the Government for a bailout. General Motors knows the hit it took in 2008 when it went through a bailout. There are still people that won't buy [...]

Chevrolet unveils All-New 2021 Tahoe and Suburban 33 mpg

GM unveils new Chevrolet Tahoe and Suburban SUVs At Little Caesars Arena in Detroit, Michigan, General Motors unveiled the 2021 Chevy Tahoe and Suburban. The first Chevy Suburban was unveiled eighty-five years ago and has been a superstar ever since. It’s always the question, how much do you change on a vehicle that [...]

Chevy Tahoe turns 25 and gets awards

Initial Quality Study The Chevrolet Tahoe was honored in the J.D. Power 2019 Initial Quality Study and 2018 Kelley Blue Book’s 5-Year Cost to Own Awards. Since 1995, the first model year of the Chevrolet Tahoe combined the maneuverability of a short-wheelbase truck with the functionality of four doors. It was positioned to be a [...]

GM drops employee health care, EPA to revoke CARB waiver

UAW on strike, GM cancels health insurance EPA set to revoke California Air Resources Board waiver Thirteen other states follow CARB emission’s regulations GM to employees on strike: Take two aspirin and call the UAW It’s been a rough week for General Motors employees. The UAW employees went out on strike, and GM canceled the [...]

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