The advertisement is for the new Chevrolet Camaro and at first, one would think that some car dealership found millions of extra dollars and decided to run a spot during the Super Bowl.
2011 marks the first full year of the new General Motors, with just Cadillac, Buick, GMC and Chevrolet carrying the GM shield but even in losing a handful of brands since last January, GM still saw
The 2011 Chevrolet Camaro delivered 4,763 units, down 5,371 units from January of 2010 but it was enough to be the best of the Big 3 muscle cars.
When the lofty price of $41,000 was announced for the 2011 Chevrolet Volt electric sedan with gasoline range extending, some questioned whether or not it would compete with the cheaper but electric
GMC is the official automotive sponsor of the NFL and to show gratitude to the people who serve and protect our country a collection of active military personnel were invited to come to the 2011 Pr
General Motors’ Arlington Texas Assembly Plant builds a wide variety of large trucks and sport utility vehicles including the GMC Yukon and Cadillac Escalade and the plant has provided 450 of these
Even after a special report by CNBC, the price action in the chart snapshot at 11:20 a.m. of General Motors stock (NYSE:GM, TSX: GMM) remained stoic without any major bump to the upside.
No longer will potential buyers have to view the Chevy Volt at auto shows and indoor Ride & Drives.
Think about it. We have ETFs representing literally everything else from airlines, gaming, media to timber, water, oil, natural gas, wheat, corn and gasoline.
As of 10:30 a.m. GM stock traded up at the open relative to Friday’s down close.
Will Hosni Mubarak step down peaceably? Will there be a moderate transition? Those are the questions on the political front.
On the economic front, its budding auto and SUV industry is at stake.
Unlike Sgt. Pepper, though, the automobile has never really gone out of style. Fact is, that day has since lived in infamy, because it is considered the official birthday of the automobile.
It’s been written that Israeli-born Shai Agassi is much more than a car-part inventor or a lithium-battery whiz: He's an electric-car prophet.
Problem is, incentives are always at the tax payers’ expense; and most tax payers cannot afford an EV even with incentives and a job.