Cadillac chief Steve Carlisle is mild-mannered and methodical when he speaks. The former head of GM Canada doesn't want or command attention, but that's not necessarily a weakness. Just different from what we've come to expect from Cadillac.
Take Five is a look at five new, refreshed or retooled vehicles that are destined for or have recently entered the Canadian market. Here are some offerings from Chevrolet, Ram, Dodge, Lincoln and BMW.
Cadillac will roll out its Super Cruise partially autonomous driving system through its entire lineup beginning in 2020 as Canadian buyers warm up to the idea of giving up some control of their vehicle.
General Motors has partnered with off-road aftermarket manufacturer American Expedition Vehicles to create a new variant of the 2019 Chevrolet Colorado ZR2.
This week's dealer meeting in the United States will be a coming-out party for former GM Canada boss Steve Carlisle, who replaced the outspoken Johan de Nysschen as head of Cadillac in April.
General Motors is recalling more than 1.2 million full-size pickups and SUVs globally because of a potential steering problem that could increase the risk of a crash. About 96,000 potentially defective vehicles were sold in Canada.
General Motors Canada is recalling about 19,000 vehicles because a problem with the brake system could lead to crashes. The recall affects vehicles of four brands.
Erin Kerrigan of California-based buy/sell advisory firm Kerrigan advisors says Ford and GM allowing public ownership makes Canada more attractive for large, public groups in the United States.
The recall is focused on vehicles originally sold or currently registered in areas of Canada where road salt is heavily used during the winter months.
General Motors is delivering on its promise of greater differentiating the GMC Sierra from its Chevrolet Silverado sibling through the use of segment- and industry-first technologies.
Automakers are racing to recharge EVs faster so that consumers are less worried about running out of range. The batteries in EVs being developed by GM may be recharged with 180 miles of driving range in less than 10 minutes, a quicker time than drivers can get at Tesla's superchargers.
Spy photographers have caught a heavily camouflaged entry-level crossover planned for GMC -- it is smaller than the compact Terrain -- testing for the first time in Arizona.