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GM Delivers Ultimate Personal Mobility Experiences

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - GM started the connected car revolution 20 years ago with the launch of OnStar and continues to deliver innovative solutions at a scale unmatched by anyone in the industry. OnStar is the enabler for Chevrolet, Buick, GMC, Cadillac, Opel and Vauxhall to introduce new technology features across a broad range of drivers. Today, the blue button brand delivers services in four continents, 18 countries, 10 languages and 13 time zones, with more than a billion customer interactions.

Chevy Camaro ZL1 10-speed auto shifts faster than Porsche PDK

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - Touting the Camaro ZL1's new ten-speed automatic transmission, Chevrolet has made the bold claim that its torque-converter-equipped automatic shifts faster than Porsche's phenomenal PDK dual-clutch transmission. That gearbox, available throughout the company's sports car range, is quite possibly the best two-pedal transmission on the face of the planet, so Chevy's boast is a big deal. It's akin to showing up in prison and making a name for yourself by finding the biggest, meanest guy there and punching him square in the face. It shows you've got guts, and will hopefully keep the other inmates

Renegade Steer Clear: Chevy Revives Cavalier Nameplate

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - Americans of the 1980s were forced to contend with GM’s J-platform cars. While Cadillac’s Cimarron slouches most memorably due to its tarring and feathering of the venerable wreath and crest, and Oldsmobile’s Firenza is perhaps the most-often forgotten, Chevy’s once thick-on-the-ground Cavalier is the model we showed up today to discuss.

Chevrolet Silverado 1500 High Desert: Like the High Country, But Totally Different

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - What’s the difference between high desert and high country? Both exist at higher altitudes, and, uh, one is a desert, while the other could just be country that’s high up.

Nat and Lo check out the Android Auto Research Lab in their latest video

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - Ever wondered how Google conducts research for Android Auto? There’s certainly a lot of data and thought that goes into making changes to the company’s in-car smartphone projection system, but how is all of it processed? Google’s Nat and Lo have taken a trip to the Android Auto Research Labs to get a better look.