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Labor Contract Talks Are a Risk for the Detroit Three -- Especially GM

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - Last week, General Motors began negotiations with the United Auto Workers for new four-year contracts that will cover more than 150,000 workers. The current round of contract talks could be the most contentious in recent memory.

Mid-Engine 2020 Corvette Basics: What You Need to Know

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - Prepare to be bombarded with facts, trivia, and minutiae covering every aspect of the long-awaited mid-engine Corvette in the weeks leading up to its on-sale date. For now, here’s a concise distillation of the most basic information you need to get the conversation going at your local cars ’n’ caffeine gathering.

2020 Cadillac CT5 costs $37,890 to start, more than $10,000 less than CTS

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - Cadillac's latest luxury sedan has a comparatively affordable price. The 2020 Cadillac CT5 will hit dealers with a $37,890 price to start, including mandatory destination charges, which is far less than the CTS that it replaces, which costs $47,990 to start.

1968 Pontiac GTO Interior Review: The Details Matter

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - MotorTrend has been reviewing all aspects of cars since 1949–driving dynamics, design, safety, and interior elements. As technology becomes even more mainstream, a car’s interior has also become more refined.

Keane gets a heads-up first USF2000 win in Toronto

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - Darren Keane has been knocking on the door to Victory Lane all through the first half of this year’s Cooper Tires USF2000 Championship season. Finally, in today’s Cooper Tires Grand Prix of Toronto Presented by Allied Building Products, the 19-year-old from Boca Raton, Fla.

Ford-VW Partnership: Here’s What to Expect

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - Ford and Volkswagen announced an extensive partnership earlier this year to co-develop products and boost economic efficiencies, without equity exchange or cross-ownership between the companies. Today, the automakers released more details of the collaboration, including work on electric and autonomous vehicles.