The GMC Granite made its debut just recently at the Detroit auto show, and this video gives us a quick glimpse at this new vehicle that might be going places.
The all-new 2011 Chevrolet Cruze will arrive in U.S. dealerships this September, starting at $16,995, including destination.
National rescue organizations partnering with automaker on rescue training specific to electric vehicles.
We drive the Chevy Volt--yep the real one--and the 2011 Kia Sorento (with monkey.) The Nissan Leaf is open to anyone to preorder. Smart airbags may not be so smart. And we'll find out why mobile TV in your car may not be that easy to receive.
The Chevrolet Volt arrives later this year to challenge the Toyota Prius for green car superiority. However, GM doesn't like to call the Volt a hybrid, choosing to classify it as an extended range electric vehicle (EREV).
Last week, rumors were swirling around a potential partnership between General Motors and Google to develop an Android-based telematics system. On the eve of Google's I/O conference, GM made an official announcement about its actual plans for the Android OS.
Three out of four Chevrolet cars, trucks, SUVs, and crossovers will be available with six-speed automatics, which offer customers up to 4 percent better fuel economy numbers.
The gas engine of the Volt will strain getting up the steepest of grades, so GM added a way to store an extra charge for a power boost.
Chevrolet launches the Cruze Eco and RS editions at the 2010 New York auto show.
Hear all about how Chevrolet partnered up with Bose Sound Systems to create a high-quality, energy-efficient stereo system for the 2011 Volt electric hybrid car.