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GM thinks up new electronic brain for its cars, allowing over-the-air updates

GM thinks up new electronic brain for its cars, allowing over-the-air updates

General Motors is launching a new electrical architecture to support more tech features in its cars. The system debuts on the 2020 Cadillac CT5, and will roll out to most other GM models by 2023. The
Most New GM Vehicles To Get Over-The-Air Updates By 2023

Most New GM Vehicles To Get Over-The-Air Updates By 2023

General Motors announced today that most of its global models will be capable of receiving over-the-air software updates by 2023. The manufacturer is deploying new electrical systems for its vehicles

GM will deliver over-the-air updates to 'most' vehicles by 2023

Today, General Motors unveiled its new electronics system. The platform will make "smartphone-like" over-the-air software updates possible, and it should be rolled out in most GM vehicles by 2023, the
GM's Big Upgrade, ‘Game of Thrones’' Unsatisfying End, and More News

GM's Big Upgrade, ‘Game of Thrones’' Unsatisfying End, and More News

Catch up on the most important news from today in two minutes or less.

GM’s car-sharing service Maven to exit eight cities

GM is scaling back its Maven car-sharing company and will stop service in nearly half of the 17 North American cities in which it operates. A spokesperson who confirmed Maven was shutting down in some
GM hits reverse with Maven carsharing as it closes service in eight cities

GM hits reverse with Maven carsharing as it closes service in eight cities

GM-owned Maven will close its carsharing service in 8 of the 17 North American cities where it currently operates. Competing with the likes of Zipcar and Car2Go, the app-based service offers car
General Motors designs a new “brain and nervous system” for its vehicles

General Motors designs a new “brain and nervous system” for its vehicles

The new electronic vehicle platform supports up to 10Gb/s and over-the-air updates.

Buy/Drive/Burn: 2019 American Sports Cars, Ace of Base Edition

Buy/Drive/Burn returns this week with three American sports cars in their most basic, purest form. The Big Three are represented here, and they don’t get any cheaper than this. No options or

Report: Amid Cost-cutting Spree, GM Looked at Unloading Its Global HQ

General Motors’ Renaissance Center headquarters dominates the Detroit skyline, announcing America to Canadians even before they reach Windsor. A symbol of industrial might and the big business of
GM’s Maven Car Sharing Service Leaves Eight Cities

GM’s Maven Car Sharing Service Leaves Eight Cities

GM has been rather quick to scale up its Maven car sharing service to cities across the country. It currently serves 17 cities across North America but has now decided to scale down operations by

More Power? Buick Encore Buyers Don’t Want It

Buick’s smallest model might not be what most TTAC readers want to see in their driveway, but it’s nonetheless popular with the American buying public. The subcompact Encore is by far the brand’s

GM’s Maven Packs Up, Leaves Town(s)

Anyone following the saga of Uber and Lyft know that mobility services are not — not yet, anyway — a money tree that bears unlimited financial fruit. The same can be said of mobility services offered

Duramax Deferral: Emissions Delay Punts Straight-six GM Diesel to 2020 Model Year

General Motors’ new Flint-built, light-duty 3.0-liter inline-six turbo-diesel won’t be a late-year addition to the company’s full-size pickup lineup, after all. Apparently, the engine’s emissions

More Non-four-cylinder Choice: 2020 Chevrolet Silverado Expands V8 Availability, Adds Tech

The pickup market certainly is cutthroat. Fortunately, that fierce competition seems to work out rather well for the consumer. Less than a year after introducing the current-generation Chevrolet
2020 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 pickup lets you see through trailers — sort of

2020 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 pickup lets you see through trailers — sort of

The 2020 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 pickup truck gets a handful of updates for the new model year, including a transparent trailer camera system and a big boost in maximum towing capacity. The post 2020
Cadillac confirms V-Series performance versions of the CT5 and CT4

Cadillac confirms V-Series performance versions of the CT5 and CT4

Cadillac will unveil CT5-V and CT4-V sports sedans in Detroit May 30. They will be the latest cars in the General Motors luxury brand's V-Series performance line, which celebrates its 15th anniversary
Watch Cruise Automation’s driverless car perform one of the trickiest maneuvers

Watch Cruise Automation’s driverless car perform one of the trickiest maneuvers

Unprotected left turns in urban environments are one of the trickiest maneuvers a driver has to perform — and the same goes for self-driving cars. Autonomous-vehicle company Cruise Automation appears
Elon Musk Gets a Boring Customer and More This Week in Car News

Elon Musk Gets a Boring Customer and More This Week in Car News

Las Vegas goes into the digging biz with Musk, GM unveils a new electric nervous system for its cars—plus the Rolls-Royce Champagne Chest of the Week.
Renault Considering Fiat’s Offer to Merge Into a New Auto Giant

Renault Considering Fiat’s Offer to Merge Into a New Auto Giant

The combined company would be the No. 3 automaker and have a better chance of surviving a perilous transition to electric and self-driving cars.
Renault Considering Fiat’s Offer to Merge Into a New Auto Giant

Renault Considering Fiat’s Offer to Merge Into a New Auto Giant

The combined company would be the No. 3 automaker and have a better chance of surviving a perilous transition to electric and self-driving cars.