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GM electric vehicle strategy last chance for Cadillac's success - executive

General Motors Co's strategy to make its luxury Cadillac marque its lead electric vehicle brand is the automaker's final opportunity to turn the unit around and make it a success, a top executive said on Monday. "We don't have any chances left with taking Cadillac to a really new place," newly appointed GM President Mark Reuss told Reuters on the sidelines of the Detroit auto show. In a move first reported by Reuters, GM said on Friday that a Cadillac would be the first vehicle built on the ...
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GM is reassigning thousands of its engineers to work on electric vehicles

GM CEO Mary Barra has laid out a blueprint for shifting to electric, self-driving cars — a world, she says, with "zero crashes, zero emissions and zero congestion." That will require shifting resources to AV and EV development. GM appears to be serious about their zero-emissions vision: the company is shifting 75% of its powertrain engineers from internal-combustion engines to electric vehicle development as it prepares to unleash of wave of EVs under the Cadillac brand. The big picture:   G...
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Like Father, Like Son: GM’s Mark Reuss Named Company President

Mark Reuss, General Motors’ global product boss and fan of the Chevrolet Camaro and Corvette (especially the ZR1), was named GM president on Thursday morning, replacing Dan Ammann in that vacated role. Amman left the president’s chair in November to head up GM’s Cruise self-driving car unit, leading GM to discuss scrapping the role of […] The post Like Father, Like Son: GM’s Mark Reuss Named Company President appeared first on The Truth About Cars.
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GM President Dan Ammann is taking over as CEO of the Cruise self-driving division as the company pushes toward a commercial launch in 2019 (GM)

General Motors President Dan Ammann will take over as CEO of Cruise, the carmaker's self-driving division that's now valued at $14.6 billion. Current CEO Kyle Vogt will become president and CTO, concentrating on leading "technology development" as the division pushes toward a commercial rollout in 2019. Ammann's role at GM had previously been adjusted so that he could spend more time on Cruise. General Motors announced on Thursday that President Dan Ammann would assume the role of CEO at the ...
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GM proposes nationwide zero-emissions vehicle sales mandate

DETROIT (AP) — General Motors says it will ask the federal government for one national gas mileage standard, including a requirement that a percentage of auto companies' sales be zero-emissions vehicles.Mark Reuss, GM's executive... [Author: [email protected]]
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GM calls for an emissions-credit program that will cover the entire US (GM)

General Motors has proposed a National Zero Emissions Vehicle (NZEV) program. The program would be based on a current system of ZEV credits used by California and nine other states. GM, which is rolling out 20 new electric vehicles by 2023, believes an NZEV program would spur the development of more American-made electric cars and trucks. On Friday, General Motors proposed a nationwide program for zero-emissions credits that would greatly extend the current nine-state framework and encourage ...
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How GM went from bankrupt and on the brink of death to being one of the world's best-run car companies (GM)

A decade after the financial crisis, General Motors is led by the best management team it's ever had and one of the best C-suites in all of business. CEO Mary Barra, president Dan Ammann, and executive vice-president Mark Reuss have overseen the birth of a New GM that's moving aggressively to define the future of transportation. The turnaround has been impressive, as GM has racked up billions of profits and is preparing to launch 20 new electrified vehicles by 2023. Before its 2009 bankruptcy,...
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Cadillac HQ is leaving New York and returning to Detroit to improve product development (GM)

Cadillac will relocate its headquarters back to Detroit from New York City. Cadillac moved its HQ to New York under former boss Johan de Nysschen in 2015. In a statement, General Motors said the move will enable Cadillac to better execute its new-vehicle strategy in the coming years. Cadillac will end an experiment in relocating the brand to New York City, General Motors confirmed on Wednesday. News of the decision was first reported by the Wall Street Journal. GM's luxury brand moved its s...
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GM is realigning its top leadership to take Cadillac to the next level and to expand its Cruise self-driving business (GM)

GM announced a management realignment on Thursday, addressing its Cadillac luxury brand and it multi-billion-dollar investments in its Cruise self-driving division. Cadillac will now be overseen directly by product head Mark Reuss, while GM President Dan Ammann focuses on Cruise commercialization in 2019 and an ongoing $2.25-billion investment in Cruise from Japan's SoftBank. Cadillac is rolling out a new vehicle every six months through 2020 and is also adding its Super Cruise highway self-dr...
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General Motors, Honda Partner For Next Generation Battery Technology

General Motors and Honda have announced an agreement meant to bolster the all-electric vehicle portfolios of both companies. Engineers will be tasked with developing more advanced battery components, including the cell and module, for a next generation system that will return higher energy densities and faster charging times albeit in a smaller, lighter package. Economies of Scale The automakers will collaborate based on GM’s next generation battery system with the intent for Honda to source t...
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Super Cruise is coming to all Cadillacs — here's what it's like to use (GM, TSLA)

Cadillac Super Cruise can't do as much as Tesla Autopilot, but that's by design. The technology will take over steering only on well-defined, divided highways. If you don't pay attention, a camera-based system will notice and warn you before deactivating the technology. Super Cruise is dedicated to freeways, while General Motors is developing other self-driving tech for urban areas. The technology will be available on other Cadillac vehicles by 2020, with other GM brands to follow. Cadillac ...
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GM and Honda are joining forces to create the next generation of batteries for electric cars (GM)

General Motors and Honda announced a deal to develop next-generation electric-battery technology. GM will ultimately supply Honda with batteries for the North American market. The deal comes after GM and SoftBank revealed a $3.35 billion investment in GM's Cruise self-driving division. GM intends to bring 20 new EVs to market by 2023. General Motors might be over 100 years old, but the carmaker isn't slowing down in its march to the future. After announcing a $3.35-billion investment in its ...
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Cadillac To Expand Super Cruise & Other Vehicle-To-Vehicle Communications Systems

Cadillac is planning to make Super Cruise available on all models beginning in 2020, with other GM brands to follow after that time. Cadillac’s Super Cruise feature can automatically steer, brake, and keep the vehicle positioned on the highway in certain, optimal conditions. The automaker is also planning to offer V2X communications in a high-volume crossover by 2023, and eventually expand that technology across the product range. Market Position With the broader implementation of these techno...
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GM Development Chief Crashes Corvette ZR1 Pace Car At IndyCar Race

GM's Mark Reuss stacked a Chevrolet Corvette ZR1 pace car before the start of Detroit Grand Prix round 2
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2019 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 Gets 2.7-liter Inline-Four Option

Chevy gave us the basic facts of the 2019 Chevrolet Silverado 1500’s engine lineup when the truck debuted in Detroit earlier this year, but the automaker kept specs and other technical details close to the vest. Now, GM has given us a lot more info on the new pickup’s drivetrain options, including a complete download on an all-new turbocharged 2.7-liter four-cylinder—the 2019 Silverado’s surprise fifth engine choice. Back in January, we quizzed GM’s head of global product development Mark Reu...
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All Change: Are America’s Automakers Ready? – The Big Picture

We used to call them the Big Three because, well, they were the three biggest automakers in the world. For much of the 20th century, GM, Ford, and Chrysler each made more cars—and more money—than anyone else in the auto biz. They made Detroit the automotive capital of the world by the 1920s and one of the wealthiest cities in America by the 1950s. Back then, the masters of the universe cruised Woodward Avenue, not Wall Street. A lot has changed. For a start, the Big Three aren’t so big anymore. ...
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2019 GMC Sierra 1500 First Look: Distinguishing Itself from Silverado

Carbon fiber pickup bed, a slick tailgate that does all but make you breakfast, apps to monitor your trailer–they are among the highlights of the 2019 GMC Sierra that broke cover in Detroit, continuing the pickup wars that will continue to rage this year with an all-new 2019 Chevrolet Silverado and 2019 Ram 1500, as well. For this fourth generation, GMC has worked to further differentiate the Sierra from the Silverado. The 2019 Sierra Denali has a taller, more confident, and powerful stance, and...
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The New ZR1 Is Top Dog At VIR’s Road Course!

Leave it up to the fastest ZR1 to date to set a production-car lap record at Virginia International Raceway’s 4.1-mile Grand Course West. The time: 2:37.25, which was enough to beat the Ford GT by 1.37 seconds. The record-setting car was outfitted with the optional paddle-shifted 8-speed automatic transmission, harness bar, track seats, and the ZTK performance package. This package includes an adjustable carbon-fiber High Wing, front splitter, Michelin Pilot Sport Cup 2 tires, and Magnetic Ride ...
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2019 Chevy Corvette ZR1 Scores Record Lap In Virginia (Video)

The 2019 Chevrolet Corvette ZR1 arrives this spring and fans will likely be jazzed at the latest news concerning the bowtie’s pinnacle performance car. The 2019 ZR1 recently scored a record lap time on the 4.1-mile Grand Course West at Virginia International Raceway with a time of 2:37.25. “The Corvette ZR1’s lap record at VIR, arguably America’s most challenging road course, is a testament to its supercar status,” said Mark Reuss, GM Executive Vice President, Global Product Development, Purchas...
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2019 Corvette ZR1 Sets Lap Record at Virginia International Raceway

It does not come as a surprise that the 2019 Corvette ZR1 in its first track outing has done an amazing thing. After all, this is a 755 horsepower supercar. It would have been a surprise if the car had gone around the Virginia International Raceway circuit not having set new lap record. The time in which 2019 Corvette ZR1 completed a lap of the 4.1-mile Grand Course West at Virginia International Raceway was 2:37.25 which is a new record for production cars at this circuit. The car was in st...
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2019 Chevrolet Silverado Diesel Engine Will Be Made in Flint, Michigan

General Motors will produce the diesel engine for the 2019 Chevrolet Silverado at its Flint Engine Operations plant in Michigan, the automaker said today. The news comes about two years after the automaker announced an investment of $263 million to support a new engine line at the plant. The Chevrolet Silverado diesel engine will join 1.4-liter engines that are currently built at the plant in Flint. These engines are used in the Chevrolet Cruze, Equinox, and Volt. The 2019 Silverado features a n...
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2019 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 First Look: More Models, Powertrain Choices

General Motors has officially unveiled the fourth-generation 2019 Chevrolet Silverado before the 2018 Detroit auto show, revealing a bigger truck that will be offered in eight models with six powertrain combinations, more technology, and new features compared to the outgoing model when it goes into production this fall. New from the ground up and riding on a new platform, the 2019 Silverado also gets a redesign after criticism the outgoing generation did not make enough of a splash. There will a...
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End of the Road: Marking the Passing of the Australian Auto Industry – The Big Picture

A moment’s silence, please, to mark the passing of the Australian auto industry. The last car to be designed, engineered, and manufactured in Australia, a Holden Commodore SS-V Redline sedan, rolled off the General Motors Holden assembly line in October. The end of the road arrived 69 years after another Holden, the hunchbacked 48/215, proudly announced the birth of “Australia’s Own Car.” Officially, GM’s decision to quit making cars in Australia—which followed similar exits by Ford and Toyota—w...
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2019 Corvette ZR1 Revealed: Most Powerful Vette In History

( = || []).push({}); Chevrolet introduced the highest-performing Corvette in history over the weekend with the unveiling of the 2019 ZR1. Chevy says the new Vette sets a performance benchmark with its unparalleled track presence, powerful engine, and other advanced technologies. “I’ve never driven a Corvette like this before, and nobody else has either, because there’s never been one like this before,” said Mark Reuss, Executive Vice President, Global Pro...
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Chevrolet just revealed the most powerful Corvette in history (GM)

The new Corvette ZR1 has a 755-horsepower supercharged V8. That's over 100 more horsepower than the Z06 'Vette. This is the first ZR1 since the previous version was retired in 2013 for the last generation of 'Vettes. If you thought the Corvette Z06 was a lot of car, get ready to have your world rearranged. On Sunday in Dubai, Chevy pulled the cover off the newest, baddest 'Vette: the ZR1. "I've never driven a Corvette like this before, and nobody else has either, because there's never been o...
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2019 Chevrolet Corvette ZR1 First Look: Big Power, Big Wing, Big Bet

It’s official. After spy shots, speculation, and leaks, the 2019 Chevrolet Corvette ZR1 formally breaks cover here in Dubai, home of the fast, rich, and fabulous. Yes, this latest iteration shares much of the bones of the Z06 but adds more power, refinement, a giant optional rear wing, and a pledge that this really fast car is for everyone. Even though the new ZR1 has a top speed of more than 210 mph, the Z06 and Camaro ZL1 1LE still corner the market on crazy. General Motors chose Dubai for the...
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General Motors Donates $5 Million Dollars to Ford

The Ford Museum; it’s a living tribute to Henry Ford’s incredible vision to preserve the Industrial Revolution as it unfolded for future generations to see and appreciate. And interestingly relations between Ford and Chevrolet haven’t been as adversarial through the years as one might think. In late 1954 GM donated a brand new 1955 Chevy Bel Air to the Ford museum, and that same ’55 Chevy Bel Air has been on exhibit there ever since. And that spirit goes on today in the 21st Century. Patricia Mo...
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GM's plans for "all-electric-future" spell doom for fossil fuel industry

General Motors, a symbol of 20th century automotive domination, has decided to embrace the “all-electric future” of the 21st century and beyond, declaring that someday in the near future, it will produce and sell only electric cars. “General Motors believes in an all-electric future,” said Mark Reuss, GM’s chief of global product development. “Although that future won’t happen overnight, GM is committed to driving increased usage and acceptance of electric vehicles.” To accelerate into this fut...
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GM to Introduce at Least 20 New EVs by 2023

General Motors has big plans for electrification over the next few years, and we’re not talking just hybrid technology. The automaker says it will introduce at least 20 new all-electric vehicles by 2023. The first two EVs will be based off knowledge gained from the Bolt, GM announced today. These vehicles will launch within the next 18 months. “General Motors believes in an all-electric future,” said Mark Reuss, GM executive vice president of Product Development, Purchasing and Supply Chain, ...
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GM to Add Over 20 New Electric, Fuel Cell Cars to Lineup by 2023

Earlier today, General Motors announced it will introduce two new all-electric vehicles within the next 18 months, kicking off a push of at least 20 forthcoming EVs by 2023. At a press conference in Detroit, GM’s executive vice president of global product development, Mark Reuss, said the company is absolutely “committed to an all-electric future,” but stated “that […] The post GM to Add Over 20 New Electric, Fuel Cell Cars to Lineup by 2023 appeared first on The Truth About Cars.
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