The Tucson iX Fuel Cell Electric Vehicles (FCEV) is the third generation and will debut at the conference. (Photo by permission of Hyundai media.)
Does it make sense that a company who can afford to pay bonuses needs government subsidies to sell its cars, like the Chevy Volt?
Beyond this initial activity, General Motors has also joined the advisory board of the Center for Child Injury Prevention Studies (CChIPS) at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia Research Instit
The picture taken by Patrick Rall, TorqueNews writer and photographer, shows the By-Wire technology including the accelerator, where the traditional cable has been severed in favor of electrical wi
Spyshooters around the world had previously caught the high performance, supercharged Camaro testing in varying levels of figure-hiding camouflage and the majority of the performance car universe a
Two of GM’s largest manufacturing joint ventures and major vehicle brands in China reached new monthly highs for unit sales.
The actual amount should be revealed to UAW officials on February 14th with a preliminary amount with the final amount being explained to the workers receiving those payments in the future, but no
Reuss wouldn’t go into any more detail other than the fact that there will be a new vehicle debut based on the architecture of the Chevrolet Camaro along with one other new vehicle debut.
This looks to be a first for post-game connections for automotive advertising.
The Chevy Camaro Convertible shown in the pic at the 2011 North American International Auto Show shows off one the greatest muscle cars ever made.
Chevrolet will also air five 30-second commercials during Super Bowl XLV Sunday on FOX.
OnStar, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Gneral Motors (NYSE: GM) showed its smart-energy management solutions via a host of demonstrations that show how OnStar can be used with smart-grid technology.
Enter Envia which has developed its High Capacity Manganese Rich (HCMR) cathode, a material for advanced batteries that stores more energy per unit of weight than anything else in use today.