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Cadillac 'Definitely' Bringing Diesels to U.S. in Several Years

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http://www.gminsidenews.com - Cadillac will launch diesel-powered models in the U.S. early in the next decade, said the brand's president, Johan de Nysschen. At a press event here, de Nysschen said Cadillac is working on four- and six-cylinder diesels that are expected to debut first in Europe, in around 2019. "We will definitely bring them to the U.S.," de Nysschen said.

Will U.S. Get Buick Made in China?

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http://www.gminsidenews.com - In 2013, General Motors polled some U.S. Buick dealers about their volume and model-mix expectations for a new vehicle: a compact crossover that has since been launched in China as the Buick Envision. It's two years later and there's no U.S. Envision, leaving industry watchers and dealers scratching their heads. "It would fit perfectly in the Buick lineup at a time when crossover sales are growing fast," says Jack Nerad, executive market analyst at Kelley Blue Book. "I'm sure a lot of Buick dealers wish they had it today."

Holden Partners With Black Dog Ride to Help Prevent Suicide

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http://media.gm.com - Thanks to Holden, Black Dog Ride will be supported by a fleet of tough new Colorado vehicles, as 500 motorcyclists ride through regional Australia to raise awareness and funds for depression and suicide prevention this month.

GM Lansing Delta Township Plant Builds 2 Millionth Vehicle

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http://media.gm.com - A 2016 Buick Enclave, painted in White Frost Tricoat, rolled off the production line at General Motors’ Lansing Delta Township Assembly Plant today, the 2 millionth vehicle produced at the automaker’s newest assembly plant in North America.

Chevy Trucks: For Those Hard-to-Reach Places

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http://media.gm.com - Removing the wheels from a 2015 Chevrolet Colorado and replacing them with smaller ones to fit inside a Shorts 330 Sherpa airplane is one way ASRC Energy Services in Alaska is committed to getting fleet vehicles to employees in areas...

Barry Engle Joins GM as Executive Vice President and President, South America

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http://media.gm.com - Jaime Ardila, General Motors executive vice president and president of South America, announced today he will retire after nearly three decades at the company.

Holden Donation to Boost Career Prospects for TAFE Mechanic Students

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http://media.gm.com - Holden provided a little winter cheer for selected Victorian and NSW TAFEs, donating a selection of vehicles as part of the Victorian Automobile Chamber of Commerce’s (VACC’s) Automotive Industry Donation program, which strives to give...

GMI Drives: Holden Astra VXR

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http://www.gminsidenews.com - Designed in Germany, built in Poland and migrated to Australia, the Astra VXR is a bucket of exhaust growl, corner grip and sweat. Is this an ill fated consolation prize or a proper response to the cries of detractors that Holden is the one trick pony Commodore company?

Chevrolet to Celebrate American Ingenuity on Woodward

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http://media.gm.com - Chevrolet is marking its fifth year as the presenting sponsor of the Woodward Dream Cruise, the world’s largest single-day car enthusiast event, drawing more than 1.5 million enthusiasts annually from around the world.

GM Marks Tech Center’s National Historic Landmark

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http://media.gm.com - With officials from the U.S Department of the Interior, National Park Service and Michigan Historic Preservation Office on hand, General Motors unveiled a 5-foot-tall, 1,200-pound bethel white granite marker of its Technical Center’s selection as a National Historic Landmark. The National Park Service selected the campus for the honor because it possesses national significance as one of the most important works of famed architect Eero Saarinen.