General Motors has had a strong presence at this year’s NAIAS. We’ve collected some great photos of Buick, Cadillac, GMC and Chevrolet at the auto show.
For this year’s North American International Auto Show, Buick gets small.
Don Butler, Vice President for Marketing, speaks to the luxury auto brand’s introduction of the new racing CTS-V Coupe, which presents consumers with an added dimension of Cadillac they might not have expected.
Buick GMC’s Vice President of Marketing, John Schwegman, discusses the inspiration for the new GMC Sierra All Terrain HD concept vehicle.
We spoke with Joel Ewanick, Global Chief Marketing Officer of Chevrolet, whose enthusiasm for the 2011 vehicle line-up is simply infectious.
Chevrolet using the North American International Auto Show as a platform to debut its new sub-compact, the Sonic. Later this year, the made-in-America Sonic will replace the made-in-South Korea Chevrolet Aveo.
General Motors thinks the world is ready for a compact Buick, and will show off the new Buick Verano at the upcoming North American International Auto Show.