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Chevy to Start Vehicle Sharing Program in China Next Year with EN-V 2.0


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General Motors China has announced a car sharing program in Shanghai for next year featuring the Chevrolet EN-V 2.0 electric vehicle.

GM signed a memorandum of understanding with Shanghai Jiao Tong University to collaborate on the program, which will include a fleet of EN-V 2.0 vehicles integrated with a multi-modal transportation system alongside bicycles, cars and shuttle buses at the university’s Minhang campus in Shanghai.

Mercedes, Mini Top J.D. Power New Car Buyers’ Satisfaction Survey


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The new-car buying process can be either a pleasant or a negative experience. Market research company J.D. Power has, for the 28 past years, released an annual study measuring customers’ satisfaction – and its 2014 report makes for an interesting reading.

2015 Corvette Z06 Feels Faster, Less Scary Than C6 ZR1


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As the most powerful car ever produced by General Motors, the Chevrolet Corvette Z06 should be a blast to drive. To find out if expectations meet reality, Carlos Lago tested the Z06 in the latest episode of the Ignition web series.

Cadillac to Replace 2015 Escalade's Dashboard Cover After Running Into Airbag Troubles


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GM issued a recall covering 1,022 units of its 2015 Cadillac Escalade and Escalade ESV SUVs in the States, after discovering a problem with the passenger airbag.

Chevrolet Debuts Sail 3, Camaro RS Limited Edition in Guangzhou


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Shanghai GM is displaying 32 vehicles from the Chevrolet, Buick and Cadillac brands at the Guangzhou Auto Show, with the Chevrolet Sail 3 and Camaro RS Limited Edition being the important Chinese debuts.

GM CEO Announces Opel Will Build Flagship SUV in Germany by 2020


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GM CEO Mary Barra has announced that Opel will build a flagship SUV model at its headquarters in Rüsselsheim by the end of the decade. During her second visit to Germany this year, Barra also promised new investments for Opel’s plants in Kaiserslautern and Tychy (Poland).

2016 Chevrolet Volt Teased Once Again, Gets GPS-Based Charging System


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GM has invited current Chevrolet Volt owners to an event in Hollywood where they were able to take a look at the 2016 model, scheduled to debut at the 2015 Detroit Auto Show.

Cadillac ATS-V Coupe Needs Less than 4 Seconds to Get to 60 MPH


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Cadillac has released another teaser video of the ATS-V Coupe ahead of its official reveal scheduled for tomorrow at the Los Angeles Auto Show.

GM Cuts One Shift Due to Reduced Demand for Cadillac ATS and CTS


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The issues of reduced demand and the subsequent high inventories for the Cadillac ATS and CTS resulted in parent company GM cutting one shift from its Lansing Grand River Michigan plant in Michigan.

Cadillac Just Trademarked CT2 to CT8 and XT2 to XT8 Model Names


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As I’m sure most of you know, Cadillac has announced a new naming strategy for its future models. All car models will use CT plus a single digit-number, while all SUVs and crossovers will use XT plus a single-digit number.

GMC May Add Wrangler-Like SUV, Flagship Model above the Yukon


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GM wants to strengthen the GMC brand by adding three new SUVs, including one similar to the Jeep Wrangler and a flagship luxury model positioned above the GMC Yukon Denali.

GM CEO Mary Barra Won’t Receive Award After Recall Protest


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The National Women's History Museum was to honor General Motors CEO Mary Bara with the Katharine Graham Living Legacy Award at a ceremony held in Washington, DC, next Monday. It turns, after all, than not only won’t receive the award but won’t be attending the event at all.

Big Brother: Major Automakers Agree to Safeguard Data Received by your Car


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Practically every new car launched by a big car manufacturer features, as standard or optional, a list of infotainment and connectivity features. The thing is, have you ever wondered what this means for your privacy?

Man United Players Don't Want Chevy’s Free Corvettes and Camaros


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In July 2012 Chevrolet signed a seven year, US$556 million (£350 million) sponsorship deal with English soccer club Manchester United. Starting this year, the bow-tie logo appeared on the team’s shirts, replacing former sponsor Aeon.

First Restored "Sinkhole" Corvette on Display at SEMA [w/Video]


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Chevrolet unveiled the restored 2009 Corvette ZR1 that was damaged earlier this year when a sinkhole emerged beneath the National Corvette Museum.

On display at the SEMA Show, the ZR1 “Blue Devil” is the first of the eight cars swallowed by the sinkhole to be restored.

CR Says New GMC Canyon's True Competitors Are Full-Size Trucks


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GM’s return to the compact truck market with the Chevrolet Colorado and GMC Canyon twins is seen as rather questionable by Consumer Reports.

Tom Mutchler argues that the segment is slumping and that people who are in the market for a pickup truck may go for a full-size model instead, given the relatively price difference.

New Chevrolet Colorado and Silverado Concepts from SEMA


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Chevrolet appears to be one of the busiest automakers at this year’s SEMA Show, with the company paying special attention to its pickup trucks.

Chevy Shows KISS-Styled Stingray and LT1-Powered 1971 Corvette at SEMA


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Chevrolet is showcasing two unique Corvettes at the SEMA Show: a 2015 Stingray styled in collaboration with KISS front man Paul Stanley and an LT1-powered vintage 1971 Corvette built with NASCAR champion Jimmie Johnson.

Chevrolet Unveils Three Stylish Full-Size SUV and Truck Concepts at SEMA


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Chevrolet has brought to SEMA three stylish concepts based on its full-size family of SUVs and trucks: the Silverado High Desert, Tahoe Premium Outdoors and Suburban Premium Outdoors.

2015 Chevrolet COPO Camaro Puts On a Racing Livery for SEMA


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Chevrolet has introduced the fourth edition of the factory-built COPO Camaro race car at the SEMA Show, of which only 69 will be built.