General Motors is investing $650 million in Lithium Americas to help develop the Thacker Pass lithium mine in Nevada.
General Motors has finally begun production of the Hummer SUV, over a year after production of the Hummer pickup began.
General Motors (GM) is recalling two of its electric vehicles EVs) over an issue with their batteries.
GM is ramping up the pressure on Tesla, setting up a new energy division to more directly compete.
GM has scored a major contract with rental company Hertz, agreeing to provide the latter with 175,000 electric vehicles (EVs) over the next five years.
General Motors’ Cruise has hit a speed bump, forced to recall its robotaxis just a day after getting authorization to operate them in California.
Supply chain issues continue to plague the auto industry, with GM currently waiting for parts for some 95,000 vehicles.
GM is expanding its hands-free driving technology, Super Cruise, so it can be used on hundreds of thousands of miles of additional roads.
GM is continuing its efforts to convert to an electric vehicle (EV) lineup, securing supply lines to help it hit 1 million EVs by 2025.
GM is turning to 3D printing to keep Tahoe production on track, printing some 60,000 parts as supply chain issues impact manufacturing.
GM has announced it has killed off Marketplace, one of its more innovative convenience features.
GM CEO Mary Barra is throwing down the gauntlet, claiming her company will top Tesla in the EV market.
GM is investing $7 billion in four Michigan manufacturing sites, as it pivots to electric vehicle (EV) production.
General Motors plans to double its annual revenue by 2030, a far cry from the semiconductor woes the auto industry is currently dealing with.
GM has announced its next generation autonomous driving software, Ultra Cruise, covering 95% of driving scenarios.
The White House is discussing the ongoing semiconductor crisis with companies as the auto industry is poised to lose $210 billion in revenue.
General Motors and LG are working to fix the issues that led to a recall of the Chevy Bolt over fire concerns.
GM is shutting down production at almost all of its North American plants as a result of the global chip shortage.