GM’s Performance Division showed how engines rule the street with multiples of displays at the 2011 Woodward Dream Cruise.
This advanced technology will be tested in a major study using drivers on roads in Ann Arbor (pictured). The study will last one year.
The Woodward Dream Cruise is by far the largest, with more than a million car fans flocking to Detroit’s legendary Woodward Avenue for the motorized equivalent of Woodstock, but the days leading up
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General Motors’ engineers have added new rear leaf springs, u-bolts, box reinforcements and shocks which allow properly configured 2012 GMC Sierra HD models to tow 23,000lbs with a fifth wheel setu
Question for GM stock investors is this: When will the relationship with the Chinese contribute to the bottom line in a way that will convince Wall Street to invest heavily?
As early as 1967, GM was sending engineers down to Woodward Ave. to improve transmission durability by means of a test procedure based on the rigors of strip driving.
Since morphing its operations as a new company in July 2009, General Motors Company (NYSE: GM) has definitely made good progress toward its goal of long-term sustainable performance, delivering six
While at Johnson Controls, the president will highlight the key role innovative technologies will play in helping the Detroit Three automakers and at least 10 foreign car companies achieve his reco
It wasn't Marchionne's hint at retirement and succession that caught my attention, but the Advanced Powertains session among the seminars.
The American auto industry as a whole was down a bit compared to June but for the American automakers, July 2011 showed year over year improvements in General Motors was no exception.