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2020 Cadillac CT6 Drops Twin-Turbo V-6

The future of the Cadillac CT6 has been questionable and somewhat drama-filled recently, but a 2020 model is a for-sure thing. Cadillac has released the order guide for the 2020 CT6, confirming its ditching one of its engine options.  According to the order guide, the 2020 CT6 will drop the 3.0-liter twin-turbocharged V-6 engine. Once the flagship engine option in…

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2020 GMC Sierra 1500 Gains New Features

The half-ton pickup truck war is as fierce as ever and GMC is aiming to stay in the battle with new features for the Sierra 1500. The 2020 Sierra will gain several new technology features, including--finally--adaptive cruise control.  Many of the new features are centered on trailering. For 2020, Sierra owners will be able to opt for Enhanced ProGrade Trailering. The…

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Cadillac CT4, CT5-V Debuting Later This Month

The Cadillac CT5 may have just debuted, but that isn't stopping GM's luxury brand from showing off the hotter V version later this month. According to reports, Cadillac will pull the cover off the CT5-V and CT4 sedans on the 30th of May.  Several media outlets are reporting they've been invited to a reveal event by Cadillac for the 30th.…

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Buick Crossover Coupe Approved for Production

The Buick brand has been a quiet one lately, but the silence is apparently nearing an end. A new report suggests the brand has approved a new coupe-like crossover for production, a vehicle that will be an addition to the lineup; not a replacement.  Recently the folks over at Car Design News got an inside look at Buick's design studio. The look…

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General Motors Reportedly Planning Missouri Plant Expansion

General Motors is reportedly in talks with political leadership in Missouri regarding expanding the company's Wentzville, Missouri assembly plant. The alleged $1 billion investment would expand the plant that currently builds the company's midsize pickups and utility vans.  The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports GM officials met with Missouri Governor Mike Parson to discuss the planned expansion. Details of the expansion have not…

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Chevrolet Makes the 2020 Camaro SS Less Ugly

The 2020 Chevrolet Camaro SS is getting a revised look after buyers were turned off by the car's 2019 refresh, which included a controversial huge ass front grille. The revised SS look capstones several noteworthy changes to the Camaro lineup.  Chevrolet has pulled the front clip design from the Camaro Shock Show Car, which was shown at last year's SEMA…

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Cadillac Drops Four-Cylinder CT6

The future of the Cadillac CT6 sedan has been under question for several months, but in the meantime one variant of the car appears to have completely died off.  According to Cadillac's own website, the luxury brand has removed GM's turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder from the CT6 lineup. The four-pot was originally the base engine on the car, offering 258 horsepower…

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GM Confirms Plans for Electric Trucks

General Motors has finally confirmed it will offer an electrified full-size truck sometime in the future. The confirmation came from GM CEO Mary Barra during today's earnings call, where Barra declined to go into detail.  "GM has an industry-leading truck franchise and industry-leading electrification capabilities. I assure you we will not cede our leadership on either front," Barra said. "We…

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Chevrolet Offering Competitive Owners Cash for Blazer

Chevrolet is putting a concerted effort into attracting non-GM buyers to the all-new Chevrolet Blazer. The bowtie brand has placed a $2,000 rebate on the Blazer, but its scope is limited to buyers that currently own competitors.  Known as conquest offers, rebates targeting competitors is nothing new; GM in particular uses these with some degree of frequency. In the case…

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Chevrolet Traverse Ditches Turbo Four-Cylinder Option

All of General Motors' big crossovers leverage the company's 3.6-liter V-6, but the current Chevrolet Traverse has offered a secondary engine option in the form of a turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder on the Traverse RS. According to order guides, that option is gone.  Chevrolet has already published the order guide for the 2020 Traverse. Listed within it is equipment that is…

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