Self-driving Chevy Bolt EVs to hit Michigan roads

Less than a week after the signing of the SAVE Act legislation in Michigan, the most lenient yet when it comes to self-driving cars, General Motors Company [NYSE:GM] has announced that it will start testing Chevrolet Bolt EV-based self-driving prototypes in the state. The announcement was made by GM CEO Mary Barra on Thursday and comes just days…

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Chevy teams up with Carhartt for custom SEMA Silverado

Two icons of work have teamed up for a special SEMA-bound pickup: Chevrolet and Carhartt. Carhartt is a work-wear company that has been in the United States since it was founded in 1889. It started in Detroit as a company set out to build clothes for railroad workers, and it’s grown from there. Chevrolet, as you know, is also from Michigan, and…

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Google opening autonomous car research facility in Michigan

Google is set to establish a new presence in Motor City by opening up a new 53,000-square foot facility dedicated to autonomous car development. The facility, under construction in the Detroit suburb of Novi, will take advantage of a large engineering labor pool in Michigan. The facility is also not far from Fiat Chrysler Automobiles’ [NYSE:FCAU]…

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Ford Says Shelby GT350R Lap Times Match 911 GT3, Beat Camaro Z/28

According to Ford Motor Company, the forthcoming Shelby GT350R Mustang is as quick around a racetrack as the Porsche 911 GT3. Well, one track anyway. In independent testing conducted at Grattan Raceway in Belding, Michigan, the Ford Shelby GT350R Mustang posted a lap time equal to that of the Porsche 911 GT3 and one second faster than the Camaro…

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GM Confirms New Vehicle For Orion Plant, Most Likely Cadillac Compact Crossover

General Motors Company [NYSE:GM] has confirmed it will invest $245 million in its Orion Assembly plant located just outside of Detroit to support the launch of an all-new vehicle program that will be “unlike anything in the plant’s 32-year history.” Understandably, one would naturally assume GM is hinting at production of the…

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