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Junkyard Find: 1992 Buick Regal Gran Sport

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - The 1970 Buick Gran Sport 455 was one of the most ridiculously overpowered, tire-frying machines of the Golden Age of Muscle Cars, and GM also slapped GS badging on some fairly muscular — or at least muscular-looking — Wildcats and Rivieras back then. Fast forward a decade or so, and you had W-body (think Lumina) third-gen Buick Regals with Gran Sport option packages.

Cadillac Airlifts Vehicle Over Manhattan in Launch Stunt

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - It's a bird it's a plane it's a Cadillac? Don't worry , New Yorkers, the city is not being attacked by a fleet of luxury cars. That vehicle zooming over the west side of Manhattan on Wednesday evening is actually part of a marketing stunt introducing Cadillac's new XT5 luxury crossover.

Cadillac ATS Recalled Over Fire Risk

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - The Cadillac ATS is being recalled for a potential fire hazard with its rear-window defroster. In total 121,000 Cadillac ATS sedans from the 2013-2016 model years are affected by the recall, which involves the rear-window defroster possibly overheating due to weak terminal connectivity in the coil antenna module.

2017 Alfa Romeo Giulietta - first spy pictures

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - A facelifted version of the Alfa Romeo Giulietta has been pictured testing ahead of a possible launch in 2017. The Alfa Romeo Giulietta looks set for a facelift after a disguised prototype was spotted testing in Italy for the first time.

Report: Corvette Z06-Powered Cadillac Escalade-V Under Development

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - A Cadillac Escalade-V is in the works to take on cars like the Land Rover Range Rover Supercharged. The Cadillac Escalade-V will use the same LT4 engine employed by the Chevrolet Corvette Z06 and Cadillac CTS-V. That means the Escalade will ditch its 420-hp, 6.2-liter L86 V-8 for a supercharged 6.2-liter V-8 that could make around 600 hp.

GM, Ford open factories in China just in time for slowing growth

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - Auto sales in China are slowing and may fall for the first time in more than a decade, undercutting one of the few growth markets for carmakers such as General Motors and Ford Motor, according to consulting firm Alix Partners.