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Women, Young People Apparently Have a Thing for 2015 Chevrolet Trax


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The Chevrolet Trax has climbed to the number two spot in market share in the small SUV segment after three full months on the US market. The Trax is only behind the Buick Encore, which is essentially the same car, but with a more premium appearance.

This is How Chevrolet Camaro Design Evolved through Five Generations


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On May 16 Chevrolet will unveil the all-new, sixth-generation Camaro, which is why the automaker asked five designers who contributed to the styling of the Gen 5 car to talk about the Camaro’s design legacy.

2016 Cadillac ATS-V Makes 464HP, Hits 0-60 in 3.8 Seconds


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When Cadillac unveiled the 2016 ATS-V sedan and coupe, it said the twin-turbocharged V6 engine produced more than 455hp. Well, it turns out the automaker underestimated the might of the twin-turbo 3.0-liter unit, which was recently SAE-certified at 464hp.

GM to Build Next-Gen Cruze in Mexico As Well


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General Motors will build the next-generation Chevrolet Cruze in Mexico, the company announced on Monday. The automaker will invest $350 million to build the Cruze at the Coahuila facility, as part of a $5 billion investment in its Mexican plants announced in 2014.

The Kremlin Says GM Will Regret Reducing its Presence in Russia


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General Motors’ recently announced scaling down of its activities in the Russian Federation was apparently a big enough event to be commented upon by the Kremlin.

Twin-Turbo 3.0L V6 Among New Engines To Launch With Cadillac CT6


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A new 3-liter V6 will launch with the all-new Cadillac CT6 and be offered in the brand's other sedans, Cadillac announced Friday.

GM Pulling Out Opel Brand And Most Chevrolets From Russia


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GM is putting the brakes on its Russian operations, as the carmaker decided to wind down its Opel brand and sales of all mainstream Chevy cars, while also idling its manufacturing facility in St. Petersburg.

GM Design Studio Visit Reveals Awesome Futuristic Renderings


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Velocity's Americarna recently visited the General Motors design studio and walked away with a couple of very interesting shots of what appears to be a futuristic Camaro and a mid-engine Corvette drawing.

2015 Chevy Colorado's Box Delete Option Sacrifices Looks for More Utility


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From mid-April, the 2015 Chevrolet Colorado will offer a box delete option, which will allow business owners and fleet managers to customize the back end of the truck.

GM Recalls 64,000 Volts Due to Carbon Monoxide Worries


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GM has issued a recall for 64,000 Volts, built between 2011 and 2013, following two injuries from carbon monoxide.

5th Gen Camaro To Hit 500,000 Sales This Month


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GM said Friday that it expects to deliver the 500,000th fifth-generation Camaro in the US this month. This will be the 5th gen's final production year, with an all-new 6th generation Camaro to be introduced later in 2015.

GM Drops 100,000-Mile Powertrain Warranty For Chevy And GMC Because It Went By Unnoticed


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GM has announced plans to reduce its powertrain warranty on 2016 Chevrolet and GMC vehicles from 100,000 miles to 60,000 miles. According to the automaker, the decision was made because the offer wasn’t a strong enough selling point.

All-New 2016 Chevrolet Malibu Teased And Confirmed For NY Auto Show


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It’s official: the all-new 2016 Chevrolet Malibu will debut at the New York Auto Show in April and will be larger, lighter and more fuel-efficient than the current model.

Cadillac Unleashes its ATS-V and CTS-V Performance Models in Geneva


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Cadillac’s booth at the Geneva Motor Show is hosting the European debuts of the all-new ATS-V in sedan and coupe forms, as well as the third generation CTS-V.

Jensen is Officially Back with the GT, all-new Interceptor 2 set for 2016


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With the formation of the Jensen Group, the historic British brand is set to return back in the market.

GM’s Newly Trademarked “Badlands” Name Could be Used for Performance Pickup


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General Motors recently filed a patent for the name “Badlands” which has been suggested could be used as a performance moniker for its Ford F-150 Raptor-fighting truck. It could very well just be a different paint and trim package version that has nothing to do with extra performance, though – it’s pure speculation at the moment.

Will Chevy Retain “Bolt” Name for Upcoming 200-Mile EV?


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We already know that the production EV GM has planned to release in 2017 will look similar to the Bolt concept. We also know that it’s said to be able to travel up to 200 miles / 322 km on a single charge – but what will it be called; “Bolt” seems to be creating confusion and they may or may not be keeping it.

Chevrolet Says It Listened To Volt Owners When Designing New Model


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Chevrolet says the new 2016 Volt incorporates many improvements that were suggested by owners of the current generation model.

Chevrolet Presents All-New 2015 IndyCar Aero Package


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Chevrolet-powered racecars competing in the 2015 Verizon IndyCar Series will feature new aero packages developed by automaker. Chevrolet has introduced the road course/short oval body design at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, with the new package gaining new front wing elements, sculpted side pods and a new rear wing.

GM, FCA Reportedly Interested In Making New U.S. Postal Service Vehicle


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If you're a fan of getting a letter, count on seeing your US Postal Service carrier delivering the mail in something new in the next few years.