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  1. Global Cadillac News
    Cadillac dealers who are unwilling or unable to sell EVs are being offered buyouts by GM, according to a report from Automotive News. The dealers could be offered between $300,000 and $500,000 to drop the Cadillac part of their dealerships.  The buyouts may be necessary if GM wants to go big on...
  2. Automotive Industry & GM News
    Magnuson Superchargers is already a big name in blowers, making supercharger kits for just about anything with a V8, and even a few things with a V6, but their latest is suspiciously close to another big name, but this one in moustaches. The latest in the company's line is a new Magnum PI...
  3. Automotive Industry & GM News
    General Motors is understandably considering revisions to its deal with Nikola Corp following the recent hullabaloo that tanked the startup's stock. Allegations had surfaced that founder Trevor Milton had misled investors by promising technologies that did not yet exist, forcing him to leave...
  4. Automotive Industry & GM News
    Ohio's Tax Credit Authority is ordering GM to repay $28 million in tax incentives it received to keep its Lordstown Assembly Plant open, according to the Columbus Dispatch. General Motors also agreed to invest a further $12 million in the state as part of an agreement whose terms were publicized...
  5. Automotive Industry & GM News
    General Motors refuses to let the dismissal of its federal racketeering case against Fiat Chrysler Automobiles stand in the way of getting what it believes is true justice. On Monday, the automaker filed its latest claim with Wayne County Circuit Court in Michigan. These are separate from the...
  6. Automotive Industry & GM News
    Hindenburg Research, a short-seller that has previously released damning reports on companies and profited from the stock prices falling, has released a report charging Nikola of parlaying an "ocean of lies" into a partnership with GM. Nikola stocks have since fallen steeply.  This week, GM...
  7. Automotive Industry & GM News
    Now that Chrysler has a new friend, GM wants to get in on the action and will ally itself to Honda in North America. Although not all the details on this alliance have been revealed or, indeed, decided, the companies have revealed that it will include R&D, platforms, purchasing, and connected...
  8. Automotive Industry & GM News
    Sales of General Motors vehicles sank 15 percent in 2019 -  the automaker's second straight year of annual sales pullback in that once-promising market. Maybe the product was the problem? That seems to be GM's thinking. On Wednesday, The General revealed its plan to capture market share in the...
  9. Automotive Industry & GM News
    General Motors desperately wants to reopen a case dismissed last month by a federal judge, but Fiat Chrysler's having none of it. The racketeering lawsuit filed by GM against its crosstown rival alleged that FCA secured unfair labor advantages over GM via bribed UAW officials, with the...
  10. Automotive Industry & GM News
    Dhivya Suryadevara is stepping down to take a job with another company outside the automotive industry, GM announced today. John Stapleton, the current CFO for the North American region, will step into her role as GM seeks a permanent replacement. "Dhivya has been a transformational leader in...
  11. Automotive Industry & GM News
    We shared a report with you last week suggesting that GM might be looking at creating another brand for electric vehicles. If you were at all curious why the idea might appeal to a company with quite a few EVs already, Hyundai's stock price is an indication of why. Hyundai announced Sunday that...
  12. Automotive Industry & GM News
    Following a $1 million partnership the Girl Scouts of America at the end of July, GM CEO Mary Barra took to the (webinar) stage to speak to the Girl Scouts of America. "The auto world is considering how people move […] and that is changing," said Barra, per the Detroit Free Press. "We...
  13. Automotive Industry & GM News
    Auto plants across the U.S. are a beehive of activity as workers (and their bosses) seek to make up for lost time. The two-month coronavirus shutdown drained inventories, yet the virus that sparked the unprecedented closure of workplaces across the nation hasn't gone away. As you read...
  14. Automotive Industry & GM News
    General Motors CEO Mary Barra has appointed a new board to address racism and discrimination that may be lurking within the company. The automaker has taken a vocal stance against racism following widespread protests spurred by the killing of George Floyd and wants to be clear as day that it's...
  15. Automotive Industry & GM News
    There's inventories to be filled with trucks and crossovers, and time's wasting. After staging a cautious, production-limited restart of its North American assembly plants on May 18th, General Motors is prepared to put its foot down, boosting output at numerous locations. Hungry dealers can't...
  16. Automotive Industry & GM News
    Blue-collar workers have been back in the factory for a little over a week now and now GM's white-collar workers are starting to slowly repopulate its office in Warren, Michigan. "A small number of employees have returned to work at the Tech Center campus, following the safety guidelines we...
  17. Automotive Industry & GM News
    GM will delay a second shift at its truck plants in Michigan, Indiana, and Mexico, according to a report from Reuters. The delay comes as a result of a lack of parts coming from Mexico. Production resumed at GM plants across the country on Monday, and a second shift was supposed to launch on...
  18. Automotive Industry & GM News
    As part of a criminal probe into the United Auto Workers, 14 former Fiat Chrysler and UAW officials have been indicted, with many pleading guilty to the charges. A report last week said that General Motors was under investigation as well in the years-long investigation, but now GM and the U.S...
  19. Global Chevrolet News
    It's big and it sells very well, but the upcoming Chevrolet Traverse is having something of an identity issue. Unveiled in top-trim form last month, the refreshed version of the second-generation Traverse was expected to go on sale late this year as a 2021 model. Fast-forward a few weeks and...
  20. Automotive Industry & GM News
    While there soon won't be any cars, trucks, or SUVs rolling out of GM's auto plants in North America, the automaker could instead be starting to build lifesaving medical devices in order to help the country cope with COVID-19. Reuters is reporting that GM, along with Ford, has been in talks...
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