Our trip through the week’s stories, including the 911 you won’t be able to buy in California and Lordstown’s death (?) spiral.
In honor of Juneteenth, Car and Driver‘s parent company Hearst Magazines is highlighting the stories of black elders as told to young black journalists. One of those stories comes from Joseph Anderson, a former executive at GM’s Pontiac division, a graduate of West Point, and now the CEO of TAG Holdings.
The gas-powered Camaro could be killed off within the next few years as GM prepares to go fully carbon neutral Read more
First batch of 250 mid-engined supercars all spoken for; no ETA for further shipments GM Specialty Vehicles has confirmed its Read more
The good news is that Chevrolet may not be killing the Camaro – the unexpected news is that the new Read more
Most automakers are working on autonomous and semi-autonomous driving features for vehicles. Autonomous driving is seen as a method of Read more
GM says it will replace defective battery modules, which are are at risk of catching on fire, and has issued Read more
Cadillac’s over-the-air update support is about to put its Super Cruise money where its mouth is, with GM confirming that Read more
GMC is on a roll right now, and Denali is a big reason for that. The luxury sub-brand – success Read more
I could easily start this with various lens nomenclatures and our autocorrect system would think it was gibberish. For example, Read more
Designing the future of cars is getting more complicated, especially when you consider electrification and autonomy, and so GM is Read more
GM is recalling more than 400,000 pickup trucks, having identified an airbag fault that could see the safety equipment unexpectedly Read more
Spy shots from last December showed GMC developing a refreshed Sierra, but it hasn’t been spotted since then. It was Read more
Honda’s first all-electric SUV for the North American market has been given its name, though you’ll still have to wait Read more