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Cadillac Super Cruise Expanding to all Models

Cadillac says its hands-free Super Cruise system will ultimately find its way to all Cadillac vehicles by 2020. The semi-autonomous feature first debuted last year on high-end trim levels of the Cadillac CT6 sedan. GM is also confirming Super Cruise will find its way to non-Cadillac products after 2020, while Cadillac will rollout V2X  communication on a new crossover in…

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GM China Rolling out 20 Electrified Models by 2023

General Motors is ramping up its launch of electrified vehicles in China. The ramp-up is in response to China's policymakers putting a stronger emphasis on alternative energy vehicles.  The U.S. automaker is already in the process of an aggressive electrification plan in China. The current plan, launched in 2016, calls for 10 new electrified products by 2020. Apparently GM feels…

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GM Cruise Gains $2.25 Billion Investment

General Motors and SoftBank have announced a substantial investment into GM Cruise, the automaker's autonomous vehicle division. The investment, valued at $2.25 billion, will give GM additional flexibility in capital allocation and strengthen the company's plans to commercialize autonomous vehicle technology.  “Our Cruise and GM teams together have made tremendous progress over the last two years,” said GM Chairman and…

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2018 Opel Corsa Gets GSi Treatment

German automaker Opel recently revitalized its GSi performance with an Insignia GSi. Now Opel is expanding the badge to the 2018 Corsa GSi.  While the GSi isn't quite as hot as the Corsa OPC, it is packing a turbocharged 1.4-liter with 148 horsepower and 180 pound-feet of torque. Opel says this power level will be good for a zero to…

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2019 Chevrolet Silverado Offering Turbo Four-Cylinder

Chevrolet has announced an additional engine for the all-new 2019 Silverado pickup. The brand will rollout an all-new 2.7-liter four-cylinder turbo, which will effectively replace the current truck's V-6 engine.  The new turbo engine comes as a bit of a surprise, given Chevrolet has already released the engine list for the 2019 Silverado, which had included a diesel and two…

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Cadillac Eliminating ATS Sedan From Lineup

As sedan sales continue to drop across the industry, Cadillac has confirmed it will drop the ATS Sedan from its lineup. The 2018 model year will be the last for the four-door ATS.  It comes as little surprise that Cadillac has came to this conclusion. Launched in 2012 as a 2013 model, the ATS has consistently underperformed GM's sales expectations.…

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South Korea Deal Keeps GM In-Country 10 Years

South Korea and General Motors have reached a tentative deal regarding the restructuring of GM Korea. The refinance deal is contingent upon GM remaining in the country at least 10 years and limits the automaker's ability to sell shares and assets of its Korean subsidiary.  The preliminary deal was reached last month between GM and South Korea, which includes a…

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2019 Chevrolet Suburban Gains 6.2-Liter V-8

Chevrolet has announced it will bring the same RST Performance Package it recently launched on the Tahoe, to the 2019 Suburban. Known as the Rally Sport Truck trim, the RST Performance Package will bring with it GM's biggest truck V-8 for some added gusto.  This marks the first time this generation of Suburban has been offered the with the 6.2-liter…

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Amazon, GM Team Up For In-Car Deliveries

Amazon seems to be everywhere these days, including in your vehicle. General Motors and the online retailer have announced today that over 7 million GM owners can now opt in for in-car delivery of their Amazon orders through Amazon Key.  “Partnering with Amazon to leverage our embedded in-vehicle connectivity gives Chevrolet, Buick, GMC and Cadillac owners the option to conveniently…

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GM Korea, Union Reach Tentative Deal

After weeks of negotiating, GM Korea and its labor unions have reached a tentative deal. The deal, for now, will prevent General Motors South Korean division from filing for bankruptcy.  The automaker had previously imposed a deadline of Monday to reach a deal regarding wage concessions for about 2,600 GM Korea employees. In February GM Korea announced plans to close…

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