January 16, 2015

  • It’s hard to believe, but it's already been 25 years since Buick’s last convertible, the hand-crafted Reatta, rolled topless. Now, here at the 2015 Detroit Auto Show, Buick’s dropping the top on a more attainable convertible, the 2016 Cascada. ALSO SEE: 2016 Buick Cascada Convertible Finally Comes To America: 2015 Detroit Auto...
  • Buick was once GM’s forgotten brand, but those days are long over. Here at the 2015 Detroit auto show, Buick showed off what might be its sexiest concept in a generation—the Avenir. ALSO SEE: Buick Avenir Concept Surprises In Detroit, Previews Flagship: Live Photos Buick says the Avenir suggests how a new flagship Buick could look...
  • General Motors scored a major court victory as a New York federal judge ruled that plaintiffs suing the automaker for compensation due to faulty ignition switch couldn’t access critical documents from the law firm handling GM’s internal investigation. Go to TheDetroitBureau.com for the rest.
  • Tesla founder Elon Musk tweeted plans to build a five-mile test loop in Texas for his Hyperloop project. The tube would propel passengers at speeds up to 700 mph, making the 400-mile trip from Los Angeles to San Francisco take about 30 minutes. For details, go to TheDetroitBureau.com.
  • So, you want Corvette performance, but you want four doors. You have two options. The expensive, tough one? Start with a Corvette and a Sawzall. The easy way? Ante up for this car—the new, third-generation Cadillac CTS-V. ALSO SEE: 2016 Cadillac CTS-V Debuts In Detroit: Live Photos & Video It starts with the CTS, already one of the...

January 15, 2015

  • The big drop in oil prices isn't prompting General Motors to change its plans or strategy, GM Chief Mary Barra said during the Automotive News World Congress. She also said the automaker is continue to learn from its ignition switch debacle. Go to TheDetroitBureau.com for details.

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