Others
Decoding General Motors' Decision to Part Ways with Opel

In 1929, General Motors (GM) made a strategic move by acquiring Opel, aiming to dominate the European auto market. Alfred P. Sloan Jr, the then-CEO of GM, envisioned this acquisition as a step towards

AutoExpert
Car News
Anticipating the Arrival: ICE-Powered GMC Terrain and Chevrolet Equinox Set for Mid-2024 Debut

In a recent discussion during General Motors' third quarter earnings call, CEO Mary Barra shed light on the future lineups of Buick, Chevrolet, and GMC models. First off, Barra confirmed that t

AutoExpert
Car News
Honda, General Motors and Cruise Bring Joy And Freedom Mobility In The World By Introducing A Driverless Ride Service In Japan

Honda, General Motors, and Cruise have joined forces to develop a shared vision for the future, one that includes the launch of a driverless ride service in Japan by early 2026. The partnership, sl

AutoExpert
Others
Steering Change: Celebrating Female Icons in the Automotive Industry

The automotive arena, traditionally seen as a male-dominated domain, has witnessed the rise of formidable female icons who have steered the wheel of change, breaking barriers and accelerating towards

AutoExpert
Others
By 2035, GM Plans To Offer New Electric Heavy-Duty Trucks

In addition to Chevrolet's recently introduced light-duty Silverado EV, GM CEO Mary Barra indicated that the firm will produce all-electric heavy-duty pickups in the coming years. During her keyno

AutoExpert
Car News
$30,000 Chevrolet Equinox EV Is Scheduled To Go On Sale In 2023

Electric versions of the Chevrolet Equinox crossover SUV and the Chevrolet Blazer SUV are set to debut in 2023 as 2024 models, according to General Motors. The announcement was made during GM CEO Mary

AutoExpert
Car News
GM’s Chevrolet Impala Might Get Discontinued

Since the 2008 bankruptcy and government bailout, General Motors has dropped about half of its brands. Though, even so, it still has the largest amount of models in USA. The CEO of GM, Mary Barra,

AllAutoExperts
Car News
Mary Barra - the first woman who will lead a major American car company!

General Motors Corporation has announced that the position of the CEO, the highest position in the company, will be taken from 15 January to Mary Barra. Aged 51, Barra will become the first woman in h

AllAutoExperts