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Spy photographers snapped the next generation of General Motors' full-size Chevrolet Silverado during testing last week.
Turns out, there's already a healthy market for six-figure pickups.
For the past nine years, we at CAMI Assembly have worked mandatory overtime, six days a week, 24 hours per day.
General Motors and its suppliers will invest $500 million in Argentina through 2019 to prepare to produce a new Chevrolet model in 2020.
General Motors plans to scale back production and temporarily shutter an assembly plant in Detroit through the end of the year amid a slump in car demand across the industry.
General Motors promoted Pamela Fletcher to the new position of vice president of global electric vehicle programs.
The Government of Ontario urged GM and striking Unifor to resolve a monthlong strike at a Chevrolet Equinox plant after the automaker threatened to move production out of Ontario.
Another, more production-looking C8 Corvette mule has been spotted in camouflage -- this time near Cadillac, Mich.
U.S. inventory of the Equinox dropped to 43,453 vehicles, or a 41-day supply, at the beginning of October. Estimated inventory stood at an all-time high of 74,400 units, or a 66-day supply, in June.
President Donald Trump isn't the only one who can take to Twitter and call automakers on the carpet.
AAA finds distracting trend in new cars; Nissan's Sentra-centric sales strategy; GM expands robo-fleet in Calif.; Mitsu offers peek at crossover concept; Equinox's fashion sense.
Strike saps supplies of Chevy Equinox; Nissan's 'shocking' lapse; New twist on two classic Toyotas; Uber peacemaker move; Mitsubishi airbag recall; Putin in a Tesla? 'Why not?'
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