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  • Cadillac aficionados were concerned when the luxury maker recently announced the end of the CTS Coupe's "V" variants that the days of a high performance machine from GM's flagship were over: they were wrong. The new ATS Coupe is stepping up to fill the void on all old CTS fronts, according to a review of the new coupe at
  • Head-up displays (HUDs) are the preserve of high-end, expensive vehicles, right? Well, yes actually, though like most high-end tech it only takes time and perhaps a little persuasion from the aftermarket to help it filter downwards. It happened for satellite navigation and now it's happening with HUDs. ALSO SEE: 2016 Chevrolet Camaro Spy Shots...
  • Is your car interior boring you? Do you ever wish you could redecorate it, just like your living room? Johnson Controls is working on a high-tech version of that concept, according to a new report from Automotive News (subscription required). The company is experimenting with materials that can change colors on the fly. ALSO SEE: 2016 Chevrolet...
  • These are our first spy shots of prototypes for the all-new, sixth-generation Chevrolet Camaro. As the prototypes confirm, the new Camaro won't look very different from the current model, but there are some big changes taking place beneath the skin. As we’ve known for some time, the new Camaro, which should launch on the market in the second...
  • As much as General Motors has been in the news for getting things wrong of late, Cadillac deserves notice for how much it’s been getting right over the past decade, too. From the CTS sedan that kicked off the brand’s revival as a world-class marque, to the ATS sedan that helped cement it, and now to the 2015 ATS Coupe. Rather than a...
  • Chevrolet’s SS muscle sedan is heading into the 2015 model year with some worthwhile updates, the majority of them designed to bolster the car’s performance. While it’s been little secret that the 2015 Chevy SS will be available with a six-speed manual transmission and magnetic dampers, it’s been revealed that the car will...

August 9, 2014

  • In the early 1990s, General Motors Co. decided it wanted to take what many considered to be a gamble and invest billions to manufacture vehicles in China. At the time, chief economist said no major automakers were producing vehicles in the country besides local automakers and Volkswagen. GM didn't have any grand expectations for the market, which was a 2.2-million vehicles market even in 2000. But now, the investment is paying off in spades for the Detroit-based automaker.
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