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Concepts from Future Past: 1964 General Motors Bison

Concepts from Future Past: 1964 General Motors Bison
In the 20th century, World’s Fairs were some of the best places to see concepts for the future of technology and transportation. At the 1964 New York World’s Fair, General Motors turned up with the Bison, a concept design for a truck that looked like something that might be used in space exploration, rolling along the surface of a lunar colony or something.
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LG Resumes Battery Production for the Chevrolet Bolt EV

LG Resumes Battery Production for the Chevrolet Bolt EV
GM has been hit very hard financially and in reputation with a massive recall of its Bolt EV. The costs of the recall are somewhere around $2 billion so far. A bit of good news for owners of Bolt electric vehicles who have been worried about driving or charging them has been announced.
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Concepts from Future Past: 1970 Holden Torana GTR-X

Concepts from Future Past: 1970 Holden Torana GTR-X
One of the best looking cars to ever surface from Australia has to be the Holden Torana GTR-X. Designed to be a low-production sports car for the 1970 model year, the two-seater had a sublime long-nose, a short-tail design that would have been in good company with the Chevy Corvette, Datsun Fairlady/Z, and the Mazda RX-7.
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7 Surprises from the 2018 Detroit Auto Show

7 Surprises from the 2018 Detroit Auto Show
The North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) in Detroit is the most iconic OEM motor vehicle meet in the United States, every year drawing hundreds of thousands of car shoppers and members of the media alike through its doors at the Cobo Center.
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10 Things You Need to Know About the New Chevy Silverado

10 Things You Need to Know About the New Chevy Silverado
The hype is real. Chevrolet’s latest Silverado is here, and after 100 years of truck production GM appears to have gone all-in on the nation’s longest lasting pickup. Featuring a far more functional full-size truck bed, a fresh weight loss plan, different overhauls and engine/transmission combos, as well as a wider array of trim options, America’s bowtie brand has an impressive array of nifty new sales pitches.
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That Time Chevy Made a Batmobile Corvette

That Time Chevy Made a Batmobile Corvette
The Batmobile that ended up in the late ’60s Batman TV series was a highly customized 1955 Lincoln Futura. But there was also a chance it could have been a Chevy Corvette. According to Randy Leffingwell’s 2012 book Corvette Sixty Years, before the show went into production, the show’s creators apparently approached General Motors’ designers to create their take on the Dynamic Duo’s ride.
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GM and Honda Ramping up for Fuel Cell Production in Michigan

GM and Honda Ramping up for Fuel Cell Production in Michigan
GM and Honda have announced that their three year partnership is expected to bring affordable hydrogen fuel cell vehicles to market by 2020. The joint venture will now produce next generation fuel cell systems at a GM battery plant near Detroit.
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Chevrolet Colorado ZH2 Is the Fuel-cell Army Truck of our Dreams

Chevrolet Colorado ZH2 Is the Fuel-cell Army Truck of our Dreams
What you see here is the hydrogen fuel cell Chevrolet Colorado ZH2 that GM and the US Army have been teasing us with for a while now. The truck was finally revealed at a Military event and it looks awesome.
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GM Turbo Patent Shows Two-Stage Boosted Future

GM Turbo Patent Shows Two-Stage Boosted Future
A patent application turned up at the USPTO last month that shows a new dual stage turbo system being developed by GM. This system appears to allow for isolation of either the low or high-pressure side of the turbo, with the ECU controlling which side is in use.
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GM Might Use Carbon Fiber Wheels on Future Cars

GM Might Use Carbon Fiber Wheels on Future Cars
Ford is the first major automaker to take advantage of lightweight and very strong carbon fiber wheels. Ford offers the wheels on its performance cars including the Ford GT and the Shelby GT350R. According to a report from GM Authority, the automaker has revealed that it is eyeing the use of carbon fiber wheels in the future for itself.
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GM and Lyft Working on Self-Driving Chevy Bolt Taxis

GM and Lyft Working on Self-Driving Chevy Bolt Taxis
With GM having recently poured $500 million into ridesharing service Lyft, the two companies have revealed that they are joining up to develop electric automated vehicles to help people get around. The autonomous vehicles will be based on the forthcoming Chevrolet Bolt, and will use tech that GM is acquiring in its purchase of Cruise Automation, a firm that develops autonomous driving tech.
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GM Trademarks “Corvette E-Ray”: Electric ‘Vette Coming!?

GM Trademarks “Corvette E-Ray”: Electric ‘Vette Coming!?
Unless you live under a rock, you already know about the sweet C7 Corvette Stingray that has proven very popular with buyers around the world since last year. Now, a new trademark has been filed by GM that hints at a potential future Chevy Corvette that could be something very different from what we have today.
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Vauxhall Maloo LSA Ute Reaches 62mph in 4.6 seconds

Vauxhall Maloo LSA Ute Reaches 62mph in 4.6 seconds
The Maloo is one of those cars that is sort of ugly, but entirely awesome. The El Camino-like Vauxhall Maloo LSA you see here is the fastest truck in the UK. The speed comes thanks to a new supercharged V8 engine that Vauxhall has dropped under the hood of the car.
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Holden HSV GTS-R Trademark Hints at Souped-up Commodore

Holden HSV GTS-R Trademark Hints at Souped-up Commodore
Back in August, I mentioned that rumors were swirling that Holden would cram a supercharged 638 hp V8 from the Corvette ZR-1 under the hood of its final hopped up Commodore. The catch with this final Commodore is that it will be a very limited edition.
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GM Performance Build Center to Expand

GM Performance Build Center to Expand
Normally we couldn’t give a hoot why GM would be spending $44 million on one of its production facilities, but in this case it’s for a very cool reason. The company has this awesome Performance Build Center in it’s Bowling Green Kentucky assembly plant where you can pay extra and get to go build your own engine for your Corvette Z06 or the Camaro Z/28.
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