General Motors CEO Mary Barra plans to announce the company’s revised and accelerated EV strategy on Thursday, which is reported to include billions in new investments. The move is also to convince investors it can be a serious competitor to electric automaker Tesla in the future, which is now the world's most valuable car company.
Eric Walz2020-11-18 10:45 PT
Cadillac’s parent company General Motors claims that its “MagneRide” is the world’s fastest reacting suspension technology, which allows for greater responsiveness and enhanced isolation from road imperfections. The latest version is called “MagneRide 4.0” and it improves the suspension of Cadillac models even further.
FutureCar Staff 2020-10-21 07:30 PT
U.S. automaker General Motors may transform its luxury Cadillac brand to producing only electric models within the next decade. Steve Carlisle, the head of General Motors Co’s Cadillac luxury division, said on Thursday that a majority and possibly all of the brand’s models would be electric vehicles by 2030.
FutureCar Staff 2019-12-12 16:10 PT
Before General Motors plans to expand its semi-autonomous Super Cruise system to other vehicles, the automaker expands the system’s reach by adding 70,000 extra miles.
Vineeth Joel Patel2019-06-09 11:00 PT
General Motors today announced the appointment of Mark Reuss as company president, effective immediately. Reuss is taking over from Dan Ammann, who left his role in November 2018 to become the president of Cruise, GM’s autonomous driving unit based in San Francisco.
FutureCar Staff 2019-01-03 12:52 PT
Cadillac introduced the Super Cruise system last year and announced that the feature will be made available in all vehicles by 2020. The system currently takes on hands-free driving duties in the company’s CT6 Saloon.
Manish Kharinta2018-06-24 09:00 PT
GM announced it is investing an additional $175 million in a Michigan plant to build two of Cadillac's next-generation sedans.
Eric Walz2018-06-18 11:19 PT
General Motors is expanding its Super Cruise autonomous driving system, which allows drivers to ride hands-free on the highway, to Cadillac’s entire lineup starting in 2020 and later to other GM brands.
Jacky Ho2018-06-06 12:38 PT
General Motors has unexpectedly replaced the U.S. head of its Cadillac luxury brand, as it struggles to compete against German and Japanese luxury automakers in the U.S.
Eric Walz2018-04-18 11:33 PT
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