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  • The GMC Hummer EV will have a range of 529 km

    The GMC Hummer EV is talked about a lot with its innovative features like the four-wheel steering with “Crab” function, its excessive power and its large battery. As the vehicle prepares to launch in the United States, the automaker has confirmed some data. The most important, and the one that everyone expected, is certainly the range, which is estimated at…

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  • GM removes seat heaters from certain models

    The shortage of microprocessors continues to hit automakers. While some let incomplete vehicles pile up on lots or in dealerships, GM instead decided to continue deliveries of certain models by withdrawing options, including heated and ventilated seats. The measurement affects dozens of models whose Chevrolet Silverado and GMC Sierra. Full-size pickup trucks are the most popular and profitable models for…

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  • This is what the Hummer EV could have looked like

    The design of a new vehicle always goes through a series of designs and sketches. Some manufacturers even organize competitions between their design studios which, in a world market vision, are located all over the world. GM recently posted a series of images on its Instagram platform that hinted at what the new one might have looked like. GMC Hummer…

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  • GMC unveils Canyon AT4 OVRLANDX concept

    In Shakespeare’s language there is an increasingly popular term, Overlanding. It is an adventure activity that marries off-roading with camping, a fad that is gaining popularity around the world and which has given rise to modified vehicles of all kinds. With his AT4 OVRLANDX concept, GMC wants to show that it is sensitive to this activity. the AT4 OVRLANDX concept…

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  • GMC | Sierra gets a makeover and two new liveries for 2022

    Discover the news that marked the news of the last week in the automotive world A few weeks after the Chevrolet Silverado, it is now the turn of the GMC Sierra to unveil its game for its 2022 vintage. The brand has mainly focused on two new versions: one dedicated to off-road and another seeking to take care of the…

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  • 2022 GMC Sierra will be able to tow Autonomous Super Cruise

    In preparation for the unveiling of updates to the GMC Sierra 2022, the manufacturer takes the opportunity to publish a short video of the camouflaged prototype towing in autonomous driving mode Super Cruise. This option will be one of the many improvements that GMC plans to inject at Sierra. Criticized for its design and interior, the GMC Sierra is already…

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  • GMC seems to be preparing an even beefier Canyon

    GMC has so far never offered a real off-road version for the Canyon. Although a AT4 is relatively proficient on the beaten track, it just does not measure up to a Chevrolet Colorado ZR2, which was definitely designed to jump the dunes. Everything is likely to change with the next generation of the Canyon. We know General Motors is planning…

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  • General Motors OnStar Service Now Available to Everyone

    Introduced in the late 90s, OnStar innovated by offering vehicle owners General Motors remote emergency services, maintenance and consultation. After 25 years of exclusivity on its vehicles, GM offers service to everyone, regardless of the vehicle, through a new mobile application called OnStar Guardian. Originally, this app was released in June 2020, but only for users of GM vehicles. The…

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  • GM suspends production of Duramax 3.0-liter turbodiesel engine

    The auto industry is struggling, mainly because of serious supply problems and the global shortage of semiconductors which are forcing the giants of the industry to slow down and, even, to stop the production of certain vehicles. As if General Motors had not suffered enough in the past year, now the manufacturer will temporarily stop producing the Duramax turbodiesel engine…

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  • General Motors | GM wants to help deploy 40,000 charging stations in North America

    (New York) General Motors announced Tuesday that it wants to help deploy 40,000 public electric charging stations in the United States and Canada from next year in conjunction with its dealers. This initiative would boost the recharging network in North America, which according to the US Department of Energy currently has nearly 125,000 terminals in just over 51,000 stations. The…

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