"We didn't just want to improve on the car. We wanted to reimagine transportation as if the car had never existed," Cruise CEO Dan Ammann wrote in a blog post this week.
Alexander Thim and Mark Derkatz stopped by police after allegedly speeding in new 2020 Chevrolet C8 Corvette Stingrays.
The auto company is recalling over 600,000 vehicles due to a faulty wheel-speed sensor that can lead to crashes.
"Pretty much anything that man says is unrealistic to me," Bill Adams said.
The contract does not call for reopening the Lordstown assembly plant, something the workers had hoped for.
The monthlong UAW strike against GM may be over with concessions to workers — but here's what experts say about who really won.
Companies nowadays define success by the profits given to shareholders and executives, not workers. But more money workers have, the more money they will spend, turbo-charging our economy.
As inventory begins to run out at GM dealerships, the automaker could lose its brand-loyal customers to competitors.
The Trump administration's corporate welfare is doing nothing to help the 50,000 workers on strike at General Motors—or any of the others the president promised to protect.
The images were supplied by the lawyers representing ten black workers employed at General Motors's Powertrain plant in Toledo.
An overwhelming majority of U.S. chief financial officers say the economy will sink into a recession by the end of Trump's first term in 2020, and about half say it will happen next year.
Nine GM employees who are black filed a lawsuit against the company for failing to address dozens of racist incidents, including "Whites Only" signs and a hanging noose, in a Toledo, Ohio, factory.
Because of a key fob malfunction, he was stuck in the car for more than 13 hours.
A recent Pew study shows Americans want regulations on self-driving cars. But a new bill allows manufacturers to build the cars without human controls, and limits states from restricting the technology.
Musk expects the Model 3 rollout to help Tesla deliver five times its current annual sales volume.
It is the first time in almost a century that the most valuable U.S. carmaker is not based in Detroit.
Most of the specially equipped versions of the Chevrolet Bolt electric vehicle will be used by San Francisco-based Lyft, which will test them in its ride-sharing fleet in several states.
In a statement on Wednesday, GM did not say directly whether it was under investigation by Chinese authorities.