U.S. President Donald Trump has asked General Motors to add a new product to replace a plant located in Ohio that the company stated it prepared to close next year due to lagging small-car demand. The largest U.S. automaker stated it would slash thousands from its North American workforce, slash production and remove some slow-selling
The president of the United Auto Workers union stated last week the union is discussing with General Motors about the possible threat to plants and jobs from slumping U.S. vehicle sales. “We are speaking to the automaker right now about the products that they presently have” at underused car plants including Hamtramck in Michigan and
General Motors will cut headcount in its global headquarters in Singapore as part of its efforts to decrease exposure to unprofitable and unpromising markets. GM International – which manages markets such as India, Southeast Asia, and South Korea, to name a few – will decrease its staff to about 50 from 180 by the year
General Motors stated on Monday it will lay off 1,100 employees in May at its Lansing Delta Township assembly plant located in Michigan as it shifts production of an automobile to Tennessee. The biggest U.S. automaker last year included 800 jobs at its Spring Hill, Tennessee plant to develop a brand-new version of the GMC
Once people used to avoid diesel cars due to the drawbacks but not anymore nowadays many liked to using it due the gas mileage that it provides. Comparing to petrol they are economy it helps to improve your mileage. Diesel engines are safe and powerful they are suitable for all kind of drivers no matter
General Motors on Tuesday announced its Chevrolet Bolt electrical vehicle will cost less than $30,000 after tax breaks, a price that makes it significantly cheaper than the average brand-new U.S. car and establishes a test of whether the innovation can go mainstream in the United States. The least pricey Bolt will begin at $37,495 prior
After simply a couple of years on the market, the Cadillac ELR has actually reached completion of the line. General Motors stopped production of the plug-in hybrid coupe, which battled with low sales numbers throughout its brief lifetime. Manufacturing of the ELR ended some months earlier and only about 100 units remain on dealer lots.