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Next-gen Chevy Volt to debut at 2015 Detroit auto show

General Motors will show the next-generation Chevrolet Volt plug-in at the Detroit auto show in January, Chevy's top marketer said today. Tim Mahoney, Chevy's global chief marketing officer, disclosed the plans at the 2014 Management Briefing Seminars in Traverse City, Mich.  » READ
 

GM readying aluminum body trucks by late 2018, report says

 

Toyota readies remix of Camry with 'waku-doki'

 

On giant turntable, go-go boots still key to pitch as glass ceiling shatters

 

Chevy Corvette Z06, Ford F-150 top Autoweek's picks of the show

 

Biden says U.S. bet on auto industry paid off

 

Smack down, gutsy and moonshots: What people are saying about Ford's new F-150

 

Cadillac's big moment in song

 

Hyundai sits out small crossover utility boom as rivals gear up

 

Acura mulls Honda Fit-based compact crossover

 

Software -- the new battleground

 

Acura's TLX to do double duty

 

Lexus puts performance in RC F coupe

 

Ford to drop F-150 Tremor from truck lineup

 

Mulally: Auto industry needs privacy boundaries set by law

 

JCI preps lightweight lead-acid battery

 

Tesla's global sales top 22,000 in 2013, stock rises 16%

 

Cadillac chief: ATS convertible, wagon on the table

 

Electric cars pose different risks, not more, U.S. regulator says

 

Cadillac ATS coupe sets sights on rivals BMW, Mercedes

 

Michelin says new tire gets better with age

 

Ghosts, sleek, gawkiness and the Audi A7: What people think of new Chrysler 200

 

625 hp Vette Z06 hits 'supercar' performance

 

Kia calls GT4 a 'throwback' to era of untamed sports cars

 

GM mulls small diesel for pickups

 

Nissan sedan concept teases racier Maxima

 

Hyundai to keep 2015 Genesis sticker below $40K

 

VW eyes bigger Tiguan to meet U.S. sales goals

 

Toyota's FT-1 concept hints at future sports car

 

Bentley adds higher performance with Continental GT V8 S