GM Recalls 840K Trucks & SUVs For Seat Belt and Suspension ProblemsGeneral Motors is recalling nearly 840,000 vehicles in the U.S. for suspension problems or because the front seat belts can fail.
US Tells GM To Recall Nearly 6M Trucks With Takata InflatorsThe U.S. is making General Motors recall and repair nearly 6 million big pickup trucks and SUVs equipped with potentially dangerous Takata air bag inflators.
GM Expects Electric Cars To Cost Same As Gas CarsGeneral Motors says it expects the price of its electric vehicles to be the same as gas-powered cars within five years.
GM Recalls 69,000 Chevy Bolts Due To Possible FireGM is recalling 69,000 Chevy Bolts after some reportedly caught fire.
GM Recalls 217K Vehicles To Fix Leak That Can Stop TravelThe recall is expected to start Dec. 14.
GM Profits Post Huge Third Quarter Profits After Coronavirus ShutdownGeneral Motors is posting huge third-quarter numbers, pulling in $4 billion in profit over three months, after a short money-losing stretch as the spread of COVID-19 shut down all U.S. auto factories.
GM Announces Big Investments in Tennessee and Michigan Manufacturing Facilities - Gov. Whitmer Weighs InGeneral Motors announced today they will be making big investments to take the company into its electrically driven future.
GM To Spend $153M To Upgrade 5 Michigan Factories For Future VehiclesOther factories getting investments include the $100 million being spent at the Delta Township plant near Lansing, Michigan, to make the GMC Acadia crossover SUV. That SUV will be transferred from Spring Hill.
Did Biden Just Let The "E-Ray" Out Of The Bag About A New Electric Corvette?In a recent campaign stop in Warren, it appears Joe Biden may have released details about GM's new electric Corvette that appears to be in the works.
General Motors Invests $2B Investment In Electric VehiclesGeneral Motors is jumping further into the world of electric vehicles with a two-billion-dollar investment into Nikola.
GM, Ford & Fiat Chrysler Report 2nd Quarter LossThis week Detroit's automakers reported their second-quarter earnings and losses amid the coronavirus pandemic.