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General Motors is recalling upwards of 231,000 older SUVs due to potential fire risks.
GM's chief executive said the next big thing in the industry is 4G connectivity, and he plans to position his company at the front of the pack.
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GM is moving production of the Astra to Poland as a Ruesselheim plant takes on the Zafira production about to be lost when a German factory closes.
Ford announced it is releasing yet another version of the 2014 Fiesta, one that will feature minor tweaks that push the car to a best-in-class 41 mpg.
The U.S. Treasury is dropping 30 million shares of GM stock, which will add about $1 billion to the cause. Where does that put the total bailout cost?
General Motors' latest addition to OnStar displays the flexibility that the car-based software has. It also sheds some light into the potential future of car connectivity.
After being booted off the S&P 500 index and taking billions of dollars from the federal government, General Motors and American International Group will rejoin their former posts on the index, providing a positive boost in shares to both companies.
By improving key aspects of its 2014 Malibu, GM is offering proof it has a proactive strategy to answer criticism about its vehicles.
Paul Scott is spending a big part of his retirement savings to talk to Obama about stepping up support for electric vehicles and energy independence.
Of the Big Three Detroit automakers, Chrysler is clearly lagging behind.
GM has officially released the specs for the latest power plant that will find its way under the hood of the 2014 Corvette Stingray, and it appears that its performance will not disappoint.
The big Detroit automakers are reducing their customary shutdown periods during the summer to accomodate a swell in demand.
Foreign automakers were in Washington this week and unanimously predicted a hotly contested yet successful summer season in auto sales.
Some spy shots taken of Chevrolet's new Impala reveal that GM is working on a compressed natural gas version, most likely bound for the fleet car market...
In its design approach for the 2014 Silverado, Chevy tried to strike a balance between performance on the job and comfort in non-work environments.
As it builds better cars, increases sales and sees its stock hit IPO prices, GM is poised to celebrate a bona fide revival.
Despite increasing competition from its German luxury brands, GM doesn't seem too concerned about Cadillac matching its competitors model for model.
more press for Tesla -- especially press that posits them as industry innovator yet again -- will likely make the car brand hotter than ever...
A recent survey ranked vehicles manufactured by General Motors, Ford, and Chrysler Group first or tied for first in 12 of 21 categories...
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After several years in hibernation, it appears Ford's luxury brand is ready for its closeup...
The NHTSA is investigating complaints that the low-beam headlights of Chevrolet Corvettes are going dark without warning.
Despite complaints to The Department of Energy for lending money to Tesla Motors, the electric car company's ability to bring costs down might help consumers more than they realize.
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