Now that the Tahoe and Suburban SUVs have given their live axles the heave-ho, could GM's popular pickup trucks be next?
$1 billion is reserved for the Wentzville, Missouri, plant that will build the next-gen models.
Over 640,000 pickups are part of the recall, according to GM, and they won't be leaving dealers until they're fixed.
Both electric vehicles will supposedly find a home at the Detroit-Hamtramck plant.
The recall affects models from both Chevrolet and GMC.
The first model could launch in late 2021, with two more hitting the market by 2023.
Here’s how America’s heavy-duty haulers compare when it comes time to tackle truck stuff.
It's either time to get excited or straighten your tinfoil hat, because Amazon's personal digital assistant is coming to GM.