The Chevrolet Spark EV is currently not a big seller – it has sold just 551 units through May, and is only available in EV-friendly California and Oregon as a so-called “compliance car” to satisfy
Yesterday marked the first time that General Motors President and Chief Executive Officer Mary Barra spoke openly and publicly on the delay in recalling millions of vehicles with faulty ignition cy
Workplace charging is one of the most important factors in increasing the rate of EV adoption.
Several auto manufactures currently use keyless fobs that can automatically lock and unlock cars, enable starters, etc.
For the record, the first quarter of 2014 was GM’s worst showing since the sixth-month period after it emerged from bankruptcy in 2009.
General Motors has been dealing with the backlash from their slow reaction to what has proven to be a deadly recall problem, but this new GM ignition recall is not technically related to the recall
It is no secret that the auto industry is one ruled predominantly by men and while there have certainly been other high ranking women in the automotive world; none have climbed to the level of Gene
Needless to say, General Motors has dealt with their share of recalls lately and while much of the GM recall news has been devoted to the ignition failures which have forced new CEO Mary Barra to s
During a private meeting in New York, GM’s CFO Chuck Stevens spoke to Wall Street analysts.
So much information is out there about the GM ignition recall right now, owners of these vehicles may not know where to begin to sift through the information.
This week the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC), an influential electrical standards organization, officially recognized the Japanese CHAdeMO fast charging protocol as an internationa
Toyota has reached an agreement related to a recall lawsuit brought by the US department of Justice related to 2009 through 2010 unintended acceleration issues in multiple Toyota and Lexus models.
First of all, General Motors has announced that they will recall 1.3 million SUVs around the world with 1.18 million of those being here in the United States while the other 120,000 are located in
In case you missed the news, GM is recalling approximately 1.6 million Chevrolet, Pontiac, Saturn and Opel vehicles for problems with the ignition switch.