Bright Automotive says goodbye 0

General Motors are heavily invested in electric vehicle technologies and this includes investing in small companies which deal with the technology. Unfortunately, One of those companies named Bright Automotive has folded. General Motors has invested a tremendous $5 million into the company. The reason behind the closure of the company was said to be the(…)

Chevrolet restart the production of the Volt 0

Chevrolet have restarted production of the Volt at their Detroit factory. Previously there was no restart date for production as General Motors had not revealed the news. Production has been commencing since February 6th. They are also resuming the process of exporting models of low carbon emissions to the state of California. Their presence will(…)

Chevrolet’s outstanding offers 0

Chevrolet is offering new deals to entice customers. After the company’s UK division announced some very ambitious targets for the UK this year, some of which were deemed unrealistic, this particular report has been coming. There will be savings across the full range, including the Spark, Aveo, Cruze, Hatchback, Orlando and the Captiva. Chevrolet are(…)

Jon Lauckner named as new General Motors Chief Technology Officer 0

General Motors have named Jon Lauckner has their new Chief technology officer. The highly respected job will coincide with his current position as the President of General Motors Ventures. He will be wholly responsible for discovering new car technologies being the head of the companies Research and Development. He replaces Tom Stephens who has announced(…)

General Motors and Peugeot Citroen could join forces 0

General Motors and Peugeot Citroen may join forces it has been reported across the automotive industry. Aiding a poor European performance General Motors are attempting to turn around their extremely poor performances in Europe. Last year most of their record profit and sales came from the United States. Imagine if they had actually performed well(…)

General Motors make record breaking profit in 2011 0

General Motors recorded their highest profit level ever in 2011. The company managed to record a $7.6 billion figure in profit, with $7.2 billion of that coming from the United States. Yearly revenue was increased by 11%. This equated to earnings of $150.3 billion turnover.  Earnings before interest and tax was $8.3 billion which is(…)

General Motors plans Opel and Vauxhall turnaround 0

General Motors are planning a turnaround on the company’s failing European brand Opel and Vauxhall. Despite posting a profit for 2011 of $9.19 billion, performances in Europe have not fared well at all. Dan Akerson has recently that demand is simply not keeping up with the amount of cars being produced. Therefore cuts somewhere will(…)

Vauxhall’s Ellesmere Port factory may close 1

Vauxhall owners, General Motor’s owners are suffering great losses in the European region. This could lead to the closure of the Vauxhall Ellesmere Port Factory. There is a stark contrast between the Jaguar Land Rover plant based in Halewood, with both companies recording a difference of a staggering £1 billion. Jaguar managed to register profits(…)

Vauxhall Astra CC review 1

Today we take a look at the Vauxhall Astra CC. The convertible looks splendid and offers some of the practicality that comes with the normal version. Today we review the car and discuss it’s strongest features. Looks Compared to the last Vauxhall Astra convertible, the car looks highly updated and appears to be a lot(…)

The Vauxhall Astra VXR lightweight seats 1

The new Vauxhall Astra VXR due out this year will have brand new lightweight seats. We take a look at why the seats represent a significant change in the car and the exact benefits in which they are able to offer all new customers. Suited for fast cars The seating position is lower with a(…)