Head of GM Design Ed Welburn Announces Retirement
Ed Welburn, head of General Motors design, racial-barrier breaker, and architect of the automaker’s current financial prosperity, has announced that he is retiring this year.
Here is a look into what makes the CTS-V a better handling car that is easy to drive daily but still handles on the track like a true driver’s car. Which is a good thing for your Corvette.
General Motors is tossing in the towel in Europe for Chevrolet, leaving the market there except for the widely acclaimed Chevrolet Corvette and an expanded presence for Cadillac as its premier brand. Starting in 2016, GM says it will rely on its Opal and Vauxhall brands to compete in the volume market and that the […]
Photo Credit: AP Photo/Shuji Kajiyama The new Corvette Stingray and Cadillac CTS models may be racking up all kinds of prestigious honors in their homeland, but several thousand miles away, it remains to be seen if that hardware will pay off in the form of increased sales in Japan. GM Japan is anxious to see […]
by John Coyle Corvette Forum Los Angeles has evolved in to the green stop on the auto show rotation, for reasons that are probably obvious to everyone. This year the General debuted its Spark EV, and while it’s not the kind of thing which makes me turn back flips, like I’ve said before, I appreciate […] More »