Discover what it takes to bring the Chevrolet Volt to streets from partnerships with local utilities to the experience of plugging it in at night for a recharge.
The interns of GM’s 2008 Design Intern Program have finally designed, drawn, engineered, sculpted and animated their futuristic vehicles for an emerging market in 2020. And getting there wouldn’t have been possible if it weren’t for the expertise that aided them along the way. Hear what their mentors had to say about the program and what advice they gave to the interns to foster knowledge, real-world expertise and personal growth throughout the summer.
Tonight is the big night. The final presentation. And though it’s been a long and challenging road for the GM Design Interns, they have finally met their goal of working together to design a vehicle that meets the needs of an emerging market in the year 2020. Check out their animation, inspiration and clay masterpieces and see what the GM execs thought during the biggest night of their summer.
Over the past decade, this luxury brand has undergone a complete renaissance and it’s not over yet. GMnext takes you behind the scenes with Clay Dean and John Howell, two of Cadillac’s leaders responsible for cultivating the brand.
During the 1950’s, GM’s Motorama car show traveled around the U.S. displaying the most exquisite concept vehicles of the time. Vice President of Global Design Ed Welburn reminisces on visiting Motorama as a child and reveals his excitement on its upcoming presence at the 2008 Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance.
Meet the team that worked on the Buick Invicta and learned how they worked with their colleagues around the world to make the car a reality.
It was a global effort to bring the Buick Invicta to life. In this Studio Story, the designers explain how they shaped the vehicle using GM's Global Collaboration Center, which allowed them to work with colleagues from around the world.
The designers of the Opel Meriva Concept worked to accommodate those in the backseat. They also explain how the car's design and features came together.
One of the most recent advances for GM’s transmission portfolio is the large scale availability of six-speed automatic transmissions across a wide range of GM cars and trucks. Six-speed automatics are available in GM vehicles from small cars to SUVs and pick-up trucks and provide increased fuel economy and performance while reducing acceleration times and wear and tear. Learn more about this technology and the cars that will use it.
Anthony McCormack, Engineering Program Manager of the 2010 Chevrolet Camaro, took the car on GMs Milford Proving Grounds. He gives an in-depth look on why the car has such a smooth ride and how the car came together.