A lawsuit in US District Court alleges that vehicles with keyless ignitions are dangerous because people inadvertently leave their vehicles running. The owners are then at risk for carbon monoxide poisoning.
Holden Special Vehicles is reportedly developing a very fond farewell to the Commodore in Australia. The muscle car experts Down Under are trying to stuff the Corvette ZR1's 638-horsepower, supercharged V8 into the engine bay for a very limited edition.
There are 73,424 examples of the 2010 Chevrolet Cobalt being recalled because a short circuit in the wiring harness for the side impact sensor might not let the curtain airbag on the driver's side deploy in a crash.
GM is expanding a headlight module recall from 2014 to include 180,504 North American examples of the 2005 Buick LaCrosse and 2007 Pontiac Grand Prix. If the part fails, the vehicles' low-beam lights no longer work.
Despite Opel Ampera's Failure, Some Europeans Want Next-Gen Volt
A group of French fans of the range-extended EV is asking GM to bring the second-gen Chevrolet Volt to Europe. They acknowledge the failure of the Opel Ampera there but think a second chance might work.
GM believes that the vulnerability that allows hacking of its OnStar RemoteLink app is closed. While the company is trying to be proactive with keeping things secure, there's no guarantee against future incidents.
The Flint plant that handles assembly of the Chevy Silverado and GMC Sierra is getting an $877-million investment, primarily for a new body shop. It'll be the last part of the $5.4-billion fund announced in May.
Sergio Marchionne sees cooperation with the UAW as a key to a future merger with General Motors. In the deal, Marchionne could potentially take advantage of the 8.7 percent of GM stock that's owned by the union's health care trust.