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  1. Automotive Industry & GM News
    North American International Auto Show organizers broke with tradition this year by moving the premier trade event, for decades held in January, to a more pleasant and marketable June date. Now they've broken with tradition again - by scrapping the thing altogether. The reason behind it is so...
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    No one knows what the future of General Motors' Detroit-Hamtramck assembly plant holds, or if it even has a future after Chevrolet Impala and Cadillac CT6 production dries up in January 2020. In an alternate future, however, the plant would have swapped out the sign out front, replacing the GM...
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    Cadillac's CEO, Steve Carlisle, doesn't believe that 300-350 miles of range will be acceptable for the electric crossover it revealed before the Detroit auto show. "We'll have to push past 300 miles," Carlisle told us at the show. "Have to put customers at the center. An internal combustion car...
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    GM's Lordstown Assembly in Ohio, Detroit-Hamtanck Assembly in Michigan, and Oshawa Assembly in Ontario are all at risk, as GM has announced that it will not allocate new products to them. All of the products currently being assembled at the plants are expected to stop by 2019, leaving the...
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    Oh, hello. Cadillac's back in New York, baby! And just like last time, it's being led by people who know as much about cars as they do about popular culture. Driven by Awkwafina (not the one from BoJack Horseman?), rather than Johann de Nysschen, the tour is again being given by out of touch...
  6. Automotive Industry & GM News
    Here's a question we are certain is causing sleepless nights for a wide swath of our readership: What is the most popular vehicle in Metro Detroit? I know! It's a topic that's occupied my mind as well, especially while enduring long hours on the semi-pro karaoke circuit. Verticalscope would...
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    One of Johann de Nysschen's marquee decisions as head of Cadillac is being reversed, as new president Steve Carlisle is moving the luxury brand back to Detroit, reports the Wall Street Journal. The move back is being explained as a way to improve the lines of communication between GM and...
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    The North American International Auto Show, held in mid-January since there were starting handles on the front of cars, may be jumping halfway across the calendar to the month of June. Facing a declining level of participation, the show has been looking for ways to reinvent itself in a bid to...
  9. Automotive Industry & GM News
    Detroit may be going through a revival today, but the "re" in that word is predicated on a time when it was the US's fourth largest city. The hub of auto manufacturing in the US, the city has been seen both booms and busts. The New Yorker compiled footage of the city and its assembly lines from...
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