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GM Talks Camouflage on the New 2016 Chevy Volt 2.0


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Like all business, GM wants to control the information it gives to the public about its future products.

Chevy Thanks its Best Customers with 2015 Tahoe and Suburban Texas Editions


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Since Chevrolet sells more Tahoe and Suburban SUVs in Texas than in any other state, GM decided to pays homage to The Lone Star State with two special edition models.

One Month in as Cadillac CEO, De Nysschen Discusses the Future


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Former Audi North American boss and later CEO of Infiniti, now turned Cadillac CEO, Johan de Nysschen, will bring about significant changes to GM’s luxury arm. Firstly, the company’s finances will be treated as a different entity to the rest of GM, thus allowing for more freedom and (hopefully) models more exciting than the usual crop of sedans (and the ELR).

Chevrolet Unveils Z71 Off-Road Package for 2015 Tahoe and Suburban


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As promised last month, Chevrolet has added the Z71 off-road package to the 2015 Tahoe and Suburban SUVs, with the new models going on sale this fall in the United States.

Revised 2016 Cadillac ELR to Reportedly Debut at LA Auto Show


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The slow-selling Cadillac ELR plug-in hybrid is said to arrive at this year’s Los Angeles Auto Show with a series of engineering upgrades that would make it more attractive for customers.

Chevrolet Previews Colorado Sport Concept Ahead of SEMA Debut


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Chevrolet has previewed the lifestyle-oriented Colorado Sport concept at the State Fair of Texas ahead of the study’s full reveal scheduled for the SEMA Show in early November.

Cadillac Names New Flagship CT6, All Future Models will Use CT Lettering


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GM has just confirmed the name of its upcoming Mercedes-Benz S-Class challenger from Cadillac as the new CT6.
According to GM, the model name originates from "Cadillac’s "use of CTS for its centerpiece carline" and it signals the shift to a new nomenclature under which all future cars will use familiar lettering like “CT” followed by a number indicating the size and position in the range.

Cadillac Leaves Detroit to Open Global HQ in New York


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Cadillac’s management team will say goodbye to Detroit as the luxury automaker will move its global headquarters to New York City next year.

U Spy: What Future GM Models Are Hiding Under the Covers?


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One of our trusty readers passed on these scoop photos of a large group of GM vehicles getting ready to undergo high altitude testing in New Mexico.

Spain's New King Welcomes Opel Mokka at Zaragoza Plant


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GM has completed the production shift of the Opel Mokka crossover from South Korea to Spain, with the first vehicle recently rolling off the Zaragoza plant’s production line.

GM Recalls 221,000 Cadillac XTSs, Chevy Impalas Over Brake Problem


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An issue with the electronic parking brake in the Chevrolet Impala and Cadillac XTS is the latest recall being issued by General Motors.

GM Confirms New Flagship Cadillac for Next Year


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General Motors confirmed plans to build a "top-end, high-technology" Cadillac model at the firm's Detroit-Hamtramck plant in the fourth quarter of 2015.

GM Adds Third Shift to Plant Producing Chevy Colorado and GMC Canyon


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It remains to be seen if pickup buyers want a midsize truck again, but dealers are stocking up on the 2015 Chevy Colorado and GMC Canyon – and GM is adding to the production line.

Opel Feels the Financial Pain in Russia, Scales Back Production


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Opel is reacting to the Russian market’s difficult environment by cutting one shift at its St. Petersburg plant and by naming Susanna Webber as the CEO of its Russian operations.

New Cadillac CEO Says Company Won't Back Off From High Sticker Prices


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Former Infiniti CEO Johan de Nysschen, who has taken over as Cadillac boss on August 1, said the US luxury brand has no plans to cut sticker prices on its automobiles.

GM to Roll Out AppShop After All [Updated]


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Update: A GM spokesman said in an email to Carscoops that a version of the AppShop is still planned to be rolled out sometime beyond 2015, saying, "The decision to delay this feature beyond the 2015 model year was based on the company's commitment to ensure all infotainment systems deliver the highest quality and best user experience to our customers."

2015 Corvette Hit With Two Recalls and Stop-Sale Notice


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The recall hits haven't quite stopped over at GM, and now they've even forced dealers to stop selling some examples of the Chevrolet Corvette.

Surprised? Buick-Badged Opel Cascada Reportedly Looks just Like the Original


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Reports of an upcoming Buick-badged Opel Cascada are certainly not new, but it appears that the car’s launch is only a year away.

Cadillac Bringing ATS Coupe to Europe in October, Escalade before the End of 2014


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Cadillac has announced a series of updates for its 2015 lineup for Europe, with the main additions being the ATS Coupe and Escalade, scheduled to launch before the end of this year.

Sons of Adam Opel, Including Nazi Party Member Wilhelm von Opel


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On Thursday, Opel announced that its upcoming budget city car will be named Karl after one of the sons of founder Adam Opel.