More details are leaking out about the 2016 Chevy Volt, including that the new Corvette influenced the design and that the ELR's adjustable regen braking levels will be available in the Chevy plug-in hybrid as well.
The sinkhole that swallowed eight cars at the has become such an attraction that officials want to preserve it
A massive sinkhole that swallowed eight prized sports cars at the National Corvette Museum has become such a popular attraction that officials want to preserve it - and may even put one or two of the crumpled cars back inside the hole.
If you caught this year's White House Correspondents' Dinner last night, you probably saw mostly the same kind of thing you'd see every year: government officials and Washington reporters making fun of each other. It's a bit like a Comedy Central roast, only played out by people who, let's face it, aren't known for being funny. But there have been some historical exceptions.
General Motors will manage painstaking work to repair 8 prize vehicles
What Mother Earth devoured, Chevrolet plans to resurrect. The carmaker said Thursday it will oversee restoration of the classic cars swallowed by a huge sinkhole beneath the National Corvette Museum in Kentucky.
The sports car wins Automobile Magazine's Car of the Year, one accolade in many piling up
The 2014 Chevrolet Corvette received the Automobile of the Year Award from Automobile Magazine, one of a handful of top accolades that any car can receive in a given year. I suspect there will be more for the Corvette. And despite the fact that most people will never drive or own this car, the sleek sports car matters a great deal to GM.
Economy's rebound means cars are the focus this year, not worries
A new Corvette promised to revive the longest-running sports car in American history. A new Mercedes-Benz showcased the smaller future ahead for its classic European brand. Cadillac won its first-ever Car Of The Year award in its hometown, then debuted an extended-range electric vehicle.
TRANSLOGIC is all about breakthroughs and innovations. We're admittedly quick to embrace transportation evolution and adopt new technologies. That said, we have no trouble completing the phrase, "If it ain't broke..." A redesigned OS riddled with bugs, a new handset that somehow gets worse reception, or a browser update that removes a commonly used feature--we understand that *deep breath* not all change is good.
That's why we were so intrigued by the story of the Chevy Small Block engine. 2011
As we've learned recently, GM is hot on the trail of turning the entire windshield into a heads-up display. Its vision is to display pertinent vehicle information and even safety alerts on the glass. Placing more information in your line of sight means you wouldn't be forced to look down at the dashboard or into the center console. Sounds good, but is this really such a good idea? Should driving a real car resemble a video game?
Purists will tell you that cars should have little more than four