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New two-stage turbocharger utilizes a low-pressure and high-pressure turbine in a series.

General Motors has filed a patent for a new two-stage turbocharger that should increase performance and negate lag.

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Meanwhile, US considers new governmental entity for autonomous cars.

General Motors gears up for autonomous-driving development in Canada, while US regulators prepare more laws on self-driving cars.

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Autoline on Autoblog with John McElroy

John McElroy discusses how Chinese automotive design is coming into its own.

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Still overdone, and still not a Volkswagen Beetle.

Bumblebee will always be a VW Beetle, no matter what Michael Bay says.

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Crossovers and trucks continue to fuel American car sales.

The truck and crossover trend continues, but it wasn't enough to help boost GM last month.

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Stop-start systems can boost urban MPG by about six percent.

General Motors will offer a stop-start option on nearly all models by the end of the decade.

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About 170,000 GM customers may be reimbursed.

General Motors is working on a plan to pay crossover SUV owners for fuel-economy overstatement.

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Rollout timing is unclear.

The Ford GT and Mustang Shelby GT350R are about to get company in the fancy wheel department.

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Sales will peak at 20 million in 2018.

GM, Ford, and Honda are in good shape through 2020, according to the latest Car Wars study.

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Self-driving Bolt EVs would use technology from GM-owned Cruise Automation.

GM and Lyft haven't hammered out how many cars will be part of the pilot program or which city it will be launched in yet, but we'd expect more info soon.

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Volkswagen's 2.49 million global deliveries made the German company the world's largest automaker for Q1, but Toyota was a very close second place.

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But GM is saying little beyond what we already know about, the Cadillac CT6 PHEV.

General Motors is planning a big expansion of electric vehicles and plug-in hybrids in China in the next five years.

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General Motors had record earnings during the first quarter of 2016. Transaction prices higher than the industry average in the US helped offset falling global sales.

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Seatbelts in Silverados and Sierras could fail. There's also a stop sale on some trucks still at dealers.

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Plus: Analysis on strong demand for the Tesla Model 3 and Lincoln Continental.

We analyze the events of the week, with a focus on the impact of retiring GM design chief Ed Welburn.

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General Motors design boss Ed Welburn is set to retire after a 44-year career at the automaker.

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GM has expanded its military discount to 21 million veterans and their spouses, in addition to active duty, reserve, and National Guard members.

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Automatic Emergency Braking will be standard on virtually every passenger car sold in America by September of 2022, thanks to a new NHTSA-brokered agreement.

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An alliance of automakers representing 99 percent of the cars sold in the United States will announce a plan to make auto-emergency braking standard by 2022.

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Chicago, DC, Boston will be first to get Express Drive rental program.

General Motors and Lyft will launch Express Drive in April specifically targeted for ride-hailing drivers who need vehicles.

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The deal is expected to cost GM 'over $1 billion' and be completed during Q2.

GM has added yet another arrow to its autonomous vehicle quiver, announcing the acquisition of San Francisco tech startup Cruise Automation.

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