GMC has taken its trucks into a new wind tunnel lab to learn exactly how to smooth the way the workhorses slide through the air, learning some surprising truths in the process and debunking the Top 4 Myths of truck aerodynamics.
General Motors ended 2012 in a positive note with overall growth by the company as well as with 3 of the 4 brands but more importantly, as 2012 drew to a close General Motors was able to one again claim the title of being America’s bestselling automaker – selling more cars in the US than any other automaker.
With the release of General Motor's plans for its half ton pickup trucks, the 2014 GMC Sierra 1500 and the 2014 Chevrolet Silverado 1500, it's clear that the new models will eschew a hybrid powertrain. Why?
At 9:30am this morning, General Motors used the social networking site Facebook to unveil the next generation of their topselling full sized pickups with the introduction of the 2014 Chevrolet Silverado and 2014 GMC Sierra – with a refined cabin, new engine options and what looks to be a light refresh to the exterior.
The Chevrolet Facebook page with play host to the official debut of the 2014 Chevrolet Silverado on Thursday December 13th (that’s tomorrow) – finally giving the world a look at the next generation of the popular Chevy pickup and bringing the full details on the new General Motors truck lineup.
While General Motors was one of the less successful automakers in the US auto industry in terms of year over year growth – GM still showed positive growth last month and in the long run, that is what the company is the most concerned with reporting.
October 2012 proved to be a good month for the folks at General Motors, with all four of their current brands showing positive growth while the company as a whole led the US market in sales volume with 195,674 vehicles sold last month.
General Motors was one of the weakest auto companies in the US market in September 2012 with a year over year growth of just 1.5% but that slight increase allowed them to beat cross-town rival Ford Motor Company en route to once again being the bestselling automaker in the US by a pretty comfortable margin.