• Aug 25, 2006
General Motors' presence in the 'blogosphere' has taken the next logical progression with the addition of its own Flickr account. Although it's been around for a while, we haven't tired of clicking through some of the great photography that the page has to offer.

Between professional and amateur offerings, there's a little something for everyone, especially the latest additions from the Woodward Dream Cruise. Additionally, you'll find tons of class shots of the Camaro concept along with its predecessors in a variety of settings, the campaign of the Cobalt at the Bonneville Salt Flats and a host of other promotional shots.

Note: for a brief chronicle of GM's baby steps (and missteps) in the blogosphere, check out Jalopnik's history lesson on the subject here.


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      • 8 Years Ago
      most folks who buy cars wouldnt know a spark plug from head bolt.. they have been so brow beaten over how inferior US made cars are that they have been brainwashed. as far as they are concerned if CONSUMER DISTORTS says its good then by g..d its good.. never mind the fact CONSUMER DISTORTS has been anti- US since they printed their first issue..
      • 8 Years Ago
      Wow, what history and heritage! Yet another thing that Japanese makes can't compete on. Take away their marketing and gimmicks and what are you left with? Inferior tin cans.