General Motors is increasing the use of 3D printing at its plants, including those in Canada, to streamline operations and potentially save millions of dollars in annual production costs.
General Motors, aiming for more gains in the booming North American market for utility vehicles, is resurrecting the venerable Chevrolet Blazer nameplate as a tech-savvy, yet sporty, crossover.
General Motors is realigning responsibilities of two of its top executives, allowing GM President Dan Ammann to better concentrate on the automaker's development and deployment of autonomous vehicles. Ammann, who was already overseeing the operations, is relinquishing responsibilities for Cadillac and GM's global portfolio planning to product chief Mark Reuss.
General Motors is investing $232 million in a mid-Michigan plant to build two of Cadillac's next-generation sedans. The two new cars will replace the ATS, CTS and XTS, which is built in Ontario.
Passengers landing at Toronto Pearson International Airport are now able to arrange to be picked up using their Uber and GM-backed Lyft ride-hailing apps. Until now, ride-hailing services could only drop off passengers at the airport.
General Motors Canada will soon have two shifts producing pickups at its Oshawa, Ont., facility, a union official says. The automaker confirms production is "ramping up" to meet market demand.
General Motors and Honda are partnering again -- this time on the development of advanced batteries for electric vehicles. Under the deal, Honda will buy battery modules based on the next generation of GM's battery system.
GM will expand its Super Cruise semiautonomous highway driving system to brands other than Cadillac after 2020. It's the first major announcement for Cadillac since GM made Steve Carlisle head of the brand.
Former GM Canada President Steve Carlisle's sudden ascent to the head of Cadillac is being met with congratulations and some uneasiness about the future of GM Canada: A Canadian will no longer be at the helm.
Ford's success with its V-6 EcoBoost engines has proved that V-8 engines aren't necessarily the default choice for pickup buyers. The question now is: How low can you go?
None of GM Canada's manufacturing facilities send waste to landfills, a policy the company said has helped it save money and become more efficient.
GM is doubling the number of engines available on the retooled 2019 Chevrolet Silverado and GMC Sierra, including a new four-cylinder turbocharged engine that can run on two cylinders to increase fuel economy. The 2.7-litre I-4 turbo engine is a major milestone for the company.