General Motors and the U.S. Army Tank Automotive Research, Development & Engineering Center (TARDEC) are modifying a Chevrolet Colorado midsize pickup truck to run on a commercial hydrogen fuel cell propulsion system and will expose the truck to the extremes of daily military use for 12 months.
Customers who rely on Chevrolet and GMC trucks to get their work done can now modify all sizes of trucks with a “box delete” option.
Over the sounds of the assembly plant building the all-new 2016 Chevrolet Cruze, employees at General Motors’ Gunsan plant in South Korea can hear cicadae singing from rescued trees that first sprouted more than a century ago.
General Motors is now able to accelerate and verify fuel-saving designs earlier in development of new cars and trucks thanks to a new reduced scale wind tunnel test facility on the campus of the company’s Technical Center.
General Motors reaffirmed its commitment to employees serving in the National Guard and Reserve during a Veterans Day celebration Tuesday where the company was recognized by the U.S. Department of Defense for more than four decades of exemplary support.
The Michigan Veterans Affairs Agency today awarded its first-ever Gold-Level Veteran-Friendly Employer Certification to an automaker, recognizing General Motors for its ongoing efforts to hire and train U.S. military veterans.
Beginning today through Jan. 4, 2016, more than 23 million veteran U.S. military personnel and their spouses can join active duty, reserved and retired service personnel in receiving the GM Military Discount on eligible Chevrolet, Buick and GMC models.
Chevrolet’s Best October in 11 Years Leads GM to its Seventh Consecutive Increase in Retail Market Share
General Motors’ (NYSE: GM) Chevrolet, Buick, GMC and Cadillac brands sold 262,993 vehicles in the United States in October 2015, with Chevrolet posting its best October sales since 2004.
General Motors CEO Mary Barra announced today that Craig Glidden, GM executive vice president and general counsel, will assume responsibility for Global Public Policy and Corporate Sustainability, in addition to his role leading GM’s legal staff. Barra also announced that Tony Cervone, GM senior vice president of Global Communications, will assume responsibility for the GM Foundation and corporate giving activities in addition to his communications responsibilities. Both assignments are effective immediately.
General Motors today received the first load of massive stamping presses for its $174-million stamping facility, part of the Lansing Grand River Assembly Plant where the first 2016 Chevrolet Camaros left for dealers.