Chevrolet Impala News
Cadillac boss Johan de Nysschen puts the kibosh on the killing talk.
It really seems that the UAW wants to protect jobs by moving production to low-volume plants.
Here's a list of the cars at risk.
In the aftermath of recent earthquakes in Japan, GM is expecting a shortage in the supply of certain parts, so it's shutting down four of its plants in North America for two weeks.
GM is recalling 1.4 million older vehicles with its 3.8-liter V6 because oil can leak and cause a fire. The company has had campaigns for this issue before, and there are 1,345 reports of blazes in vehicles that had already been repaired.
For its latest video, Petrolicious looks at two pieces of classic American iron and the man who keeps them on the road.
The Chevrolet Impala is getting a dark, new look with the Midnight Edition that covers the sedan in stealthy, black paint and matching trim.
GM is announcing two recalls to align its vehicles with Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards. One covers the moonroof controls for the Cadillac ATS, and the other controls the electronic parking brake for the Chevy Impala.
60 Minutes has a segment showing how the Software Innovation Division of the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency hacks into a Chevrolet Impala through the Onstar telematics system and gains control of the vehicle while reporter Leslie Stahl is driving.
Police in Ohio were confused after a man involved in an early morning car accident couldn't be found. Six hours later, he turned up inside the vehicle at the nearby tow yard where the vehicle was taken. It's not clear whether responders missed the injured man or if he returned to the vehicle at some point.