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Actor Mark Wahlberg just bought into a Chevy dealership in Ohio — and he wants to add more stores to his portfolio.
After decades of playing with the idea of a midengine supercar, the automaker is expected to introduce the eighth-generation Corvette within the next year.
Beginning with the launches of the next-generation full-size pickups in the fall, the two brands are about to feed General Motors' principal profit centers, trucks and SUVs.
You don't have to go into too many old barns to find the collector cars of tomorrow, says one of the collectible trade's leading authorities, Hagerty CEO McKeel Hagerty.
Volvo shifting XC60s for U.S. out of China; Auto groups, EU official decry tariffs; Sergio sidelined?; Chevy's blazing sales surprise; Aromatherapy on board.
Hollywood star Mark Wahlberg, known for both hit movies and his entrepreneurial efforts in the restaurant and nutrition supplements industries, is getting into the car business.
Musk apologizes to diver he called pedophile; Graffiti artist suing GM; PSA eyeing 15 U.S. states; Sonic profit warning; Tesla owners told to return subsidy; Subscription skeptics.
General Motors has dropped the Chevrolet City Express, a small work van, which the automaker has marketed under a partnership with Nissan since 2014.
Chevrolet's owners magazine looks back at the origins of the Blazer with last month's unveiling of a 2019 version as a midsize crossover.
Thanks to a blistering first-half pace, Ford Motor Co. might sell more big pickups in the U.S. this year than it ever has, shattering a 14-year-old record set at the height of the housing boom.
GMC, up 17 percent, was the sales workhorse for General Motors in June; Chevrolet and Cadillac were also up while Buick tumbled.
In lowering the starting price of some entry-level 2019 Silverado pickups and increasing the price some for some higher-level trims, Chevy is trying to satisfy its core work truck customers while reaching higher into the luxury realm.
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