It is Cadillac's comprehensive in-vehicle experience that merges intuitive design with auto industry-first controls and commands for information and entertainment data.
While "substantial progress" has been made and UAW negotiators bargained for about four hours with Chrysler before the sun came up today to get everything done, they didn't get it done.
General Motors posted a gain of 20% over last September, placing them third among major automaker groups in the US market behind just Chrysler (27%) and Nissan (25%) as all four GM brands posted po
If the financials are true, the UAW will have squeezed out $2,500 more per person in bonus money for Ford Motor auto workers than it did for their UAW contemporaries at General Motors Co., where ve
This luxury drag race video begins how we would expect it, with a new Mercedes Benz C300 parked next to a drag strip Christmas tree and a new Cadillac CTS-V sedan while two drivers suit up for the
In a statement also released on its media Web site, the union for American auto workers said the changes will be "officially" announced in November, but because of widespread speculation "caused by
General Motors' retirees will derive nothing from the deal, at least not immediately, and that's significant because there are about 400,000 of them.
Little is known about the camo’d up Cadillac ATS shown in the video below so there is no way of telling exactly what engine is powering the ATS or what kind of times it turned out during the test s
GM's 48,500 UAW members will get $5,000 "signing bonuses." This is money GM will pay the UAW's hourly auto workers in a lump sum instead of giving them cost of living (COLA) raises over the course
The new video featuring GM head Mark Reuss and a handful of GM and Cadillac engineers is titled Project ATS Chapter 1: Ambition and while it really doesn’t provide any new information about the upc
Shanghai GM's China sales of passenger cars rose 21.7 percent to 98,674 units.
In a month where things went downhill for American Honda and Toyota Motor Company, things moved full speed ahead for General Motors.
“We are currently implementing four new pieces of ‘armor’ on Escalade intended to reduce vehicle thefts, particularly those called push away,” said Bill Biondo, GM’s global lead, vehicle theft prev