General Motors is looking to go big in the emerging electric vehicle market in China, but faces some uphill challenges.
Companies like GM are slowly realizing the high cost of this data center power consumption, however, and working to make them more efficient.
GM drops the price of the Chevy Volt for 2014, shaving up to $5,000 off the price from previous model years as it looks to make the car more competitive.
GM and Honda team up on fuel cell vehicle technologies, with a goal of commercially feasible fuel cell and hydrogen storage in a 2020 time frame.
General Motors has decided to offer potential buyers of the Chevrolet Volt as much as $5,000 to incentivise them into making a purchase.
Can’t afford a Tesla Model S? With government incentives, the 2014 Chevy Spark EV can be had for well under $20,000.
GM has unveiled in China a Buick Riviera concept that is a plug-in hybrid nothing like the namesake of older times.
GM has unveiled EPA estimated range data for the upcoming Chevy Spark EV, noting it is now among the most efficient of its kind in the nation.
The Cadillac ELR has a unique system to recharge its batteries while the extended range electric vehicle is in use.
Some Chevy Volt owners travel 900 miles between fuel-ups and have traveled over 150 millions miles cumulatively, or the distance between Earth to Mars.