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Cadillac Large RWD Sedan Could Sire Buick Flagship

The next Buick flagship model is likely to be built using the underlying architecture of GM's soon-to-be-built large rear-wheel-drive Cadillac.

The Buick plan has not been publicly discussed by industry executives, but the existence of the Cadillac rear-wheel-drive project has been confirmed by GM to have been underway for the past two years...

Both Buick and Cadillac sales continue to climb in the U.S. and abroad, specifically China, so GM intends to capitalize...

GM Announces 1.8 Megawatt Solar Projects in Ohio

Striving for a reduced environmental impact, GM announced its rooftop solar panel array will be ready for use in November 2013. Located in Toledo, Ohio, the solar energy produced should cover about three percent of the manufacturing plant's needs. This announcement comes at a time when corporate entities are looking to cut costs while remaining in the public's affections.

Using The Empty Space

Typically reserved for air conditioner units, GM's rooftop solar...

Four Decades of the Buick Regal: Still on the Road and Counting

We have seen five generations of the Buick Regal over the last four decades. Throughout, the vehicle has been highly regarded as a sporty, luxury ride.

The 1973 Century Regal was one of General Motors first personal luxury vehicles. It went on to set sales records for the automaker, beginning a long lasting relationship that?s produced a series of great autos. Between 1973 and 1977, the Regal consisted of opera windows and large, swooping...

GM Foundation Donates to MADD

General Motors (GM) has been a strong advocate for safety over the past few decades. This includes a record of making cars safer and improving awareness of safety issues on the road. The  most recent step the GM Foundation has taken to improve safety is to donate $150,000 to the organization Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD). The organization strives to make the roads safer by addressing underage drinking and driving. This latest donation adds...

It doesn't take a car enthusiast to figure out why Mark and Ellen Willman's '56 Buick Special won the 2013 Goodguys Custom Rod of the Year Award. An article noting the win first appeared via Rod Authority.

From the sleek gray exterior paint glistening in the showroom light, to the custom 20 inch wheels done by Billet Specialties complete with 3-D spears, you can see how the Willman's Buick is a custom masterpiece.

Built by Troy Trepanier and the Rad Rides Team...

GM and Capital One Join Forces with New Rewards Card

General Motors, Capital One Financial Corporation and MasterCard have just introduced a new offering in the automotive rewards card sector, aptly named the GM Card from Capital One. Cardholders will earn 5 percent on the first $5,000 spent on the card each year, and an additional, uncapped 2 percent on all purchases beyond that. With no yearly fee, and no limit on the amount of awards that can be earned toward a lease or...

Deadline Approaches to Enter Buick GMC National Sweepstakes

The Buick GMC National Sweepstakes is currently open for entries online, and contestants who would like to be driving their favorite brand new 2014 Buick or GMC vehicle in the New Year have  until December 31, 2013 to enter. The grand prize of this easy to enter car sweepstakes is the winner's choice of either a brand new 2014 GMC vehicle or a 2014 Buick vehicle, with the prize valued at a maximum of...

Video Walk-Around of 2015 GMC Sierra Denali



These days, GMC vehicles certainly know how to make an impression.

Sure, everyone has been excited to see what some of GMC's 2015 models are going to look like, and with the unveiling of the 2015 Yukon Denali, we're getting our first glimpse at SUV perfection. From a soft interior to bold, strong body lines, this SUV is likely to become a fan favorite very quickly.

The 2014 GMC Sierra | Professional Grade Engineering



After previewing a number of other GMC Sierra-related commercials in recent months, we've found yet another to share with you!

This particular commercial touches base on the Sierra's professional grade engineering. In the commercial the Sierra is actually stretched in four opposing directions!

Bleak times for the arts in Detroit can be seen all around this great city. Massive protests have been spotted outside the Detroit Institute of Arts as people rise up to protest the potential sale  of artwork to cover debt. Funding for every kind of art program is in a period of flux. A symbol of this city's great economic might has stepped in to pledge their support. Through its foundation, General Motors has...