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The Blue Oval is done making cars in the land Down Under.

Express Drive program drivers will be able to rent some of the first Bolts.

Ride-hailing operator won't be ahead of car buyers, but will share the distinction of getting the first Bolt EVs.

By the end of 2016, GM will be 4 percent of the way there.

The company has made progress. A little, tiny bit of progress.

Instant torque? Oh, yeah.

Opel touts the Ampera-e's torque and quickness in race against its own cars.

'Live Another Day' documentary shows how close the industry came to collapse.

An an inside look at the almost-demise of the Big 3.

Autoliv, a rival airbag supplier, reported concerns over Takata's airbag inflator design.

One Autoliv engineer said a Takata airbag inflator "turned into shrapnel" when tested.

According to reports, Lyft has already turned down an offer from GM.

Peter Savagian spent 18 years working on GM's electrification efforts.

Announcement via LinkedIn says he joined the growing team at Chinese-backed EV maker Faraday Future.

Chevy is looking to capitalize on VW leaving the market after success with the Canyon and Colorado Diesel.

More details about the Cadillac CT6 PHEV come out at battery plant tour.

If you want to know about how GM will build plug-in cars in China, pay a visit to Michigan.

Federal appeals court reverses bankruptcy judge's decision.

The decision allows drivers injured before 2009's bankruptcy and owners who claim their cars lost value due to the ignition switch scandal to sue New GM.

General Motors and Swedish company Bioservo Technologies partnered to develop RoboGlove, the robotic power glove based on the NASA project Robonaut 2.

The RoboGlove will give people super-strength. Evildoers beware.

General Motors design chief Ed Welburn retired July 1. We look back at the mark he made at the automaker and on the industry.

Our spies brought out the extra, extra, long lenses.

The next Corvette has advanced rapidly beyond the mule stage, and is already in a very early pre-production trim.

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.

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.

Autoline on Autoblog with John McElroy

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

Still overdone, and still not a Volkswagen Beetle.

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

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.

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.

About 170,000 GM customers may be reimbursed.

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

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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