http://blog.caranddriver.com - While unrelated to the ignition-switch scandal that’s been blamed for the deaths of at least 124 people, General Motors has issued another switch-related recall for late-model trucks and SUVs.GM is recalling 3073 vehicles for ignition switches that can be hard to turn and become stuck with their keys in the run position.
http://blog.caranddriver.com - For fashion-forward automobiles, matte is the new black. So it’s not too surprising to see newly SoHo-based Cadillac get hip with the times by adding a low-luster finish for the ATS-V coupe and sedan, as well as the CTS-V sedan.
http://www.autoblog.com - Turkey has purchased the intellectual property rights for the Saab 9-3 and plans to turn it into a Turkish-built, range-extended EV by 2020.
http://blog.caranddriver.com - General Motors is recalling 395 cars with Takata-sourced airbag inflators that can send pieces of the inflator into the passenger compartment upon deployment, according to filings with the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.Unlike the roughly 19 million cars that have been recalled since last fall, the faulty inflators in these 2015 GM models are not frontal airbags but seat-mounted side airbags.
http://www.auto123.com - Automakers sold a record number of vehicles in Canada and the U.S.
http://www.autoblog.com - The rupture of a Takata side-airbag inflator during testing is causing a recall of 414 General Motors vehicles from Buick, Cadillac, Chevy, and GMC.
http://www.autoblog.com - GM is recalling 3,300 examples of the Chevy Silverado, Suburban, Tahoe, and GMC Sierra due to a newly discovered flaw with their ignition switches.
http://www.motorauthority.com - Cadillac is taking a leaf out of BMW’s book by launching special versions of its high-performance V-Series models decked out in matte finish paint.
http://www.motorauthority.com - Opel engineers are out testing a prototype for the next-generation Insignia sedan.
http://www.autonews.com - It might have come as a surprise to Wall Street analysts this month when, instead of citing SIlicon Valley, General Motors' global product chief Mark Reuss name-checked an institution nearly 3,000 miles away: the University of Waterloo, near Toronto.