Brazil has become the fourth largest auto market in the world and 10,000 Chevys, Fiats, Fords, Nissans and VWs roll off the assembly lines daily, configured to meet the economic realities of the emerging middle class.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has launched a new investigation into the 2005-2007 Chevrolet Corvette over a concern that the high tech projection headlight system could shut off without warning.
General Motors North American President Mark Reuss recently stated that his biggest wish for the Chevrolet brand was to offer an affordable, rear wheel drive sports car – one that would compete with the likes of the Mazda MX5 and the Subaru/Toyota joint venture coupes.
The Dubai police force has made big news over the past month with new supercar service vehicles and the Chevrolet Camaro SS is among the latest group of new police cars – bringing a touch of American muscle to the police department of one of the richest countries on the planet.
General Motors announced today that the 2014 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray Coupe will serve as the official pace car for this year’s 97th running of the famous Indianapolis 500 race – marking the 12th time that the Chevy sports car will lead the field to the green flag on the Brickyard.
The Nissan Leaf posted strong numbers for the second month in a row, comfortably beating the Chevrolet Volt to lead the American electric vehicle segment in April 2013 sales – although you should take special note of the asterisk.
Speaking at Fortune's Brainstorm Green conference, G.M. chief executive Dan Akerson spoke about the company's sustainability efforts and greener vehicles. He said the next-generation Chevy Volt, due in 2015 or 2016, would cost less to build and finally be profitable.
General Motors enthusiast communities are abuzz after discovering that the automaker has applied for a handful of old school high performance engine monikers including LT4, LT5, L88 and LTX – leading to much speculation as to what might be coming for the new Corvette, the next generation Camaro and the new Chevy SS performance sedan over the next few years.
General Motors announced the 2014 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray prices this morning with the coupe starting at $51,995 and the new Convertible starting at $56,995 – both of which are only about two thousand dollars more than the outgoing 2013 model year Corvette.