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Yes, ads for the Chevy Bolt EV electric car do actually exist; here's one

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - The 2017 Chevrolet Bolt EV isn't yet available in all states, but it's been on sale in California for six months now. While Chevy has said all along it will market the 238-mile electric car in a very targeted way, specifically trying to reach people similar to existing owners, it may have expanded its reach somewhat.

Porsche Won Le Mans 24 Hours But That Probably Wasn’t The Race You Were Watching

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - While Porsche saw a remarkable comeback victory at this year’s 24 Hours of Le Mans, clawing its way from the back of the pack as practically every LMP1 class car suffered a catastrophic breakdown, all the real action was taking place among the LM GTE Pro cars – as usual. Jordan Taylor, masterfully piloting the No. 63 Corvette, kept himself in the lead for much of the race but everything morphed into a sphincter clenching contest in its final moments.

Chevrolet Bolt Set To Become Crown Vic Of Ride Hailing?

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - Now that General Motors’ mobility company, Maven, has added Chevrolet Bolts to its lineup, it may become increasingly clear that EVs will be to ride-hailing services, what cars like the Crown Victoria were to yesterday’s taxi fleets. Maven is offering weekly rentals to drivers for ride-hailing services like Lyft and Uber, and.

2017 Toyota Prius Prime in Depth: New and Improved, Still Not a Chevrolet Volt

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - The Prius Prime, all new for 2017, is a plug-in version of Toyota’s iconic Prius with a larger battery that enables an EPA-rated 25 miles of electric-only driving, a slew of standard active safety technology, and a high-tech cabin. Its single powertrain is efficient but otherwise utterly joyless, and the Prius can’t manage even half of the electric driving range of a Chevrolet Volt.

GM's Malibu malaise will bring shift cut, job losses in KCK

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - General Motors plans to eliminate a shift at its Fairfax Assembly Plant in Kansas City, Kan., because of a decline in sales of the Chevrolet Malibu. The Fairfax plant runs three shifts and employs 3,400 people. That now will be brought down to two in late September, leading to layoffs, according to plant spokeswoman Mary Padilla. The layoffs will affect about 1,000 jobs.