In spite of opposition by Trump and others, it lobbies to raise cap on incentive.
Lawmakers cite 'extremely poor corporate citizenship'
With GM closing a number of plants and killing off some of its vehicles as it restructures, we got curious about the sales figures for various models across its brands. We went to sales tracking site GoodCarBadCar and compiled GM vehicle sales figures in the U.S. for Q1-Q3 2018 (GM reports its sales
We rounded up every vehicle on its way out at GM.
Workers and politicians ask: Why now?
Cost-cutting move comes as GM posts strong third quarter.
Some want sedans gone like Ford — and want the CEO gone, too.
Hopefully the driver wasn't just playing games.
Will mid-engined C8 Corvette get active side skirts and spoilers?
The latest automaker to comment on President Trump's proposed tariffs
Car Connectivity Consortium wants personalized, transferable keys for future mobility.
Honda and GM are joining forces to co-develop next-generation batteries for electric vehicles.
General Motors chief Mary Barra said today her company needs a level playing field on trade with other countries, with equivalent or no tariffs in order to successfully compete in a global auto industry. She made her comments during a "Talks at GS" conversation with Goldman Sachs Chairman and CEO Lloyd Blankfein that was carried by Yahoo Finance, a sister site to Autoblog.
There's a new twist in the ongoing discussions over switching the time frame for Detroit's annual auto show from January to October. Hometown automaker General Motors has floated an idea to remake the North American International Auto Show as a consumer-focused event in June.
Car companies are looking for every possible way to eke out a few more miles per gallon these days, some of which involve high-tech combustion, and some others involve ultra-mild hybrid systems. But one generally accepted move is to remove weight, which helps both in efficiency and performance. General Motors has revealed a new technology that may become commonplace for shaving off a few pounds here and there, and the results are pretty freaky-looking.
The U.S. military has a long history of pushing technological innovations that eventually become mainstream, like the GPS navigation systems in your phone or car, the Jeep and the Internet. We might eventually add self-driving cars to that list, only with a twist on the time-honored model.