General Motors establishing new military defense divisionOct. 9
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UAW chief: 'This is a broken system'Sept. 19, 2016
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Jitters over Faraday Future's $1 billion EV factoryFeb. 22, 2016
Army marches forward with self-driving trucksFeb. 6, 2016
Rule-breakers' costs go far beyond the finesJan. 11, 2016
In 2015, BMW, Fiat Chrysler, American Honda and Volkswagen were found to have violated U.S. auto safety or environmental rules. Toyota and General Motors remain under government supervision following their safety scandals while Ford and Hyundai-Kia not long ago were caught gaming the fuel economy ratings system.
Postal Service to buy 9,113 Ram ProMaster vans for large package deliverySept. 29, 2015
GM's Duramax V-8 engine to power U.S. Army's Humvee replacementAug. 28, 2015
GM's powertrain division will supply the engine for the successor to the Army's Humvee -- a deal that could see GM deliver as many as 55,000 diesel V-8 engines. The new Joint Light Tactical Vehicle, to be built by Oshkosh Defense, will be powered by a military specification version of the Duramax turbodiesel V-8 used in GM's heavy-duty pickups.