Buick is bringing back the Electra. Well, it's more like Buick is becoming Electra.
"Clearly the demand for our new products is very strong," Lawler said, "yet we continue to have issues with supply of chips, which constrained us, and in particular here in North America, it hit us disproportionately on our large vehicles."
It's a big week for electric vehicles. In addition to GM's corvette announcement, Ford is also showing off its new electric F-150 lighting this week.
The goal of the partnership is manufacturer electric vehicles that are affordable. The first car will roll off the line in 2027.
LG Energy Solutions will invest $1.7B to expand in Michigan and will create up 1,200 jobs in Michigan by 2025.
U.S. safety regulators turned out a request from GM to avoid the recall. The company hasn't come up with a repair yet.
Electric vehicles were previously used to warm homes during major power outages in Texas in 2021. The unorthodox solution may become standard in the coming years.
The new recommendations from the CDC that say people no longer have to wear face masks cover about 70% of the country's population
Optionally Manned Fighting Vehicle will replace the Bradley.
It was a costly week for Michigan automakers, with losses in the hundreds of millions.
The Super Bowl is always a big moment for advertisers and General Motors hopped into the time machine to bring back a classic character with Dr. Evil.
"They are not anti-vaccine, they are not anti-safety, they spend 90 percent of their time in their cabs," said Mickey Blashfield. "And this seems to be the line in the sand."
General Motors is unveiling its 2023 Chevrolet Silverado EV on Wednesday, Jan. 5, 2022.
Chevrolet is turning on the waterworks this holiday season.
The new goal, set to be announced later Monday, is 25% higher than the rule finalized by the Trump administration set last year.
President Joe Biden spoke about his $1.2 trillion bill, which includes an estimated $7.5 billion for electric vehicle chargers. The President made the case that the bill will help America boost green energy manufacturing and curb carbon emissions while adding jobs.
Biden used the factory as a backdrop to bolster his plan to electrify vehicles by 2035, but to promote the bipartisan infrastructure law that was just passed and the Build Back Better plan - he believes will create an economy to help make that happen.
This isn't the first time the president has visited Michigan since his tenure in the White House began. It's not even the first time his visit coincides with an electric vehicle focus.
The semiconductor shortage is having a chilling effect at GM. The automaker confirmed it's removing the heated seat option from several 2022 models to help conserve supply.
Biden, who has championed the auto industry's transition to Electric Vehicles, will be on hand at the site, which was formerly known as the Detroit-Hamtramck Assembly Plant.