With an eye on brands such as Jeep and off-road enthusiasts, GMC will introduce AT4 variants across its lineup. Like the Denali subbrand, the AT4 lineup is expected to be priced higher than standard GMC models and generate fatter profits.
GM Technical Centre Director Brian Tossan says the Markham, Ont., centre is about halfway towards its goal of hiring 700 engineers. The centre develops infotainment systems, active safety systems, and AV software and controls.
Cadillac, for the first time in 26 years, will have an exclusive engine -- a 4.2-litre twin-turbo V-8, making good on a 2016 promise by brand President Johan de Nysschen.
Scott Bell will replace John P. Roth, currently General Motors Canada's vice president of marketing, sales and service, effective June 1, the automaker said today. Roth will run GM Africa and Middle East.
Starting with the 2019 model year, Buick vehicles in North America will no longer bear the name.
General Motors Canada has named George Saratlic, a member of its communications department, its new marketing manager for certified pre-owned vehicles.
General Motors will increase production of the Chevrolet Bolt later this year to meet rising global demand for the battery-electric vehicle.
GM is aiming to differentiate the 2019 GMC Sierra from the competition -- and from its Chevy Silverado sibling -- through additional luxury amenities and technologies that the automaker calls segment-leading. It all starts with the tailgate.
General Motors has added 27 operations, including a pair in Ontario, that do not send waste to a landfill after recycling or reusing, bringing its total to 142 landfill-free facilities worldwide.
The face of the redesigned 2019 GMC Sierra will feature evolutionary signature U-shaped LED headlights and more prominent taillights, according to teaser images the brand released on social media.
The $2,195 price cut to the Buick Envision's base model aims to increase sales and give owners of the brand's entry-level Encore an easier climb into a bigger utility vehicle.
General Motors Canada will likely hire fewer people than originally thought at its Oshawa, Ont., assembly plant as a result of cutbacks in car production, a local Unifor official said.