General Motors plans to debut redesigned versions of the Chevrolet Traverse and GMC Terrain at the Detroit auto show in January, a person with knowledge of the automaker's plans said today.
General Motors made its first sales of the Chevrolet Bolt EV today, beginning a new era of more affordable, longer-range electric vehicles and fulfilling its promise to launch the vehicle before the end of 2016.
The Chevrolet Bolt stands at the precipice of making commercially viable all-electric driving a reality for Canadians, and early signs indicate that interest across the country will far exceed initial availability of the car.
GM Canada delivered 28,523 vehicles, the best total November sales number for GM since 2006.
General Motors plans to sell the Chevrolet Silverado and Colorado pickups in China starting next year to explore the country's small, local market for trucks.
Chevrolet hopes to take advantage of surging demand for midsize pickups with an off-road, high-performance version of the Colorado.
For the second time this year, a Port Alberni, B.C., dealership has been cited for unfair labour practices for how it dealt with the IAMAW.
Some buyers who don’t have a garage are having to go to unusual lengths to make their electrified vehicles work. And one individual is really going to unusual lengths.
Automakers learned the pool of green consumers who would tolerate low ranges and high prices was limited. Now they're bringing out a batch of EVs that are more consumer-friendly.
General Motors has announced the base model Chevrolet Bolt EV will cost $42,795 in Canada, a pre-tax price that parent company General Motors calls affordable.