• The Latest News From GM

    • Cadillac’s Cut-and-Sewn Interiors Fuse Art and Science

      Cadillac is the only full-line automaker constructing all of its models’ interiors via Cut-and-Sew, a technique combining the precision of advanced technology with the care of handcraftsmanship in which materials for major interior components are literally joined by hand stitching.Read More

    • GM Foundation Donates $50,000 to Stephen Siller Tunnel to Towers Foundation

      The General Motors Foundation donated $50,000 to the Stephen Siller Tunnel to Towers Foundation to help build specialized, adapted homes for injured U.S. military veterans. GM’s Customer Care and Aftersales Veterans Group also gave $126,000 toward the cause during a recent event in New York City.Read More

    • 2015 Chevrolet Colorado Does More

      DETROIT – The numbers speak for themselves. The all-new 2015 Chevrolet Colorado midsize truck delivers the most horsepower and best highway efficiency of any midsize truck as well as the highest available trailering rating and higher payload ratings than the competition. Read More

    • Camouflaging New Chevrolet Volt is Balancing Act

      The styling of the next-generation Chevrolet Volt is one of the automotive world’s best-kept secrets. Keeping customers and media eager to see the successor to the groundbreaking original at bay until the new Volt debuts at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit in January is tricky business.Read More

    • GM Innovation Challenge Launched at Four Major Colleges

      General Motors’ manufacturing team is looking to college students to develop practical applications for the latest crazes of the techno-elite like 3D-printed gnomes and glasses that will go beyond providing the wearer directions to the nearest coffee shop.Read More