GM’s Cruise Automation Division To Double Its Workforce

The General’s autonomous tech subsidiary will hire roughly 1,000 employees and triple its SF office space.

Pair Of Cadillac XT4s Spied In Europe – Are They Packing Diesel Power?

Cadillac’s diesel program seems to be continuing, as our photographers report those XT4s sounded like oil burners.

PSA Eyeing A Partner As FCA Hints They’re Open To Discussions

PSA is also said to be open to a potential partnership or merger with GM or Jaguar Land Rover.

GM Boss Mark Reuss Rides Shotgun In Convoy Of 2020 Corvette C8 Prototypes

The mid-engine Chevrolet C8 Corvette will premiere at some stage this year.

Chevrolet Builds Last Cruze In Ohio, Abandons Compact Sedan Segment

The final Chevrolet Cruze rolled off the assembly line earlier today.

Has Chevrolet Pushed Back Production Of C8 Corvette To December?

If true, the delay might be due to the Corvette C8’s entire electrical system being reportedly redesigned.

Opel Returns Healthy Profit After 20 Years Of Losses With GM

PSA Group has returned Opel/Vauxhall two years ahead of schedule.

Auto Workers’ Union Sues GM Over Closure Of Three Plants

The union is suing GM to keep three plants open.

China-Built 2020 Chevy Blazer XL With 3-Rows Reportedly Due Next Year

It probably won’t come to the U.S., though, as GM fears it would be too close for comfort to the Traverse.

Americans Paying Luxury Car Prices For Pickup Trucks, With Average Transactions Up 61% From 2009!

Detroit’s Big Three own the market and make good money, but their reliance on trucks might eventually hurt them.

GM Extends CT6 And Impala Production Until January 2020, Drops Volt and LaCrosse

U.S. production of the Chevy Volt and Buick LaCrosse ends on March 1, and GM hasn’t mentioned an extension .

2020 Chevrolet Corvette C8 Convoy Braves The Elements During California Testing

Bad weather didn’t stop the mid-engine Corvettes from testing alongside a C7 Vette and Porsche 911.