October 30, 2014
- Hey there, Karl.
October 28, 2014
- Meet the new Volt, not the same as the old Volt. That appears to be the story when General Motors introduces the 2016 Chevy Volt at the Detroit Auto Show in January. Today we're getting some more details on the guts of the new plug-in hybrid, and it turns out they're going to be much improved from the current Volt, which first went on sale at the end of 2010. Sure, the first-gen Volt did get some improvements along the way (a slightly larger battery pack, lane departure warnings) but the new...
- Behind the scenes video from the recent 2015 Opel Corsa calendar shoot with Choupette Lagerfeld, the world's premiere feline supermodel.
- When the doors open at the LA Auto Show in a few weeks, Scion will be on hand to showcase its new iM Concept. But considering what little Toyota's youthful brand has revealed about the concept so far, it's led to rampant speculation. And the prevailing wisdom seems to point towards a production iM arriving as a Scion-badged version of the Toyota Auris. For those unfamiliar, the Auris is to European (and other) markets essentially what the Matrix is (was?) to ours: a hatchback version of the...
October 27, 2014
- Instead of griping about the hit to the Russian rouble and the losses accrued in that market, General Motors is making lemonade.
- General Motors is gradually ceasing the sale of Chevrolets in Europe to help bolster the position of Opel and Vauxhall. While this won't happen until the end of 2015, already sales are dropping in the UK.
- Canadian auction house Maynards will be handling the liquidation, which includes 50 presses and 805 robots.
- Despite problems with the Russian market, as well as restructuring costs, General Motors says Vauxhall and Opel are on their way out of the red and into the black. Automotive News reports the European duo took a Q3 2014 loss of $387 million, compared to $238 million lost in Q3 2013. The majority of the […] The post GM: Opel, Vauxhall Edging Closer To The Black Despite Russia appeared first on The Truth About Cars.