GM Helping ‘Kinect’ Gaming Technology With Child Safety Seats

With ample space and adjustable second row seats, the Chevrolet Traverse offers parents flexibility when it comes to fitting child safety seats. But how do GM engineers determine what seats fit and where, especially with hundreds of models on the market?

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Chevrolet Introduces 2016 Corvette Z06 C7.R Edition

Chevrolet today introduced the 2016 Corvette Z06 C7.R Edition – a road-going, track-capable homage to the Corvette Racing C7.R racecars. It’s offered in Corvette Racing’s signature yellow livery – or black – with coordinated exterior and interior accents.

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Chevrolet Creates New Areas for Play in Thailand

Chevrolet today unveiled a revitalized Bang Bua School playground, including a new community football pitch, in the Chatuchak district of Bangkok. The pitch was built as part of Chevrolet’s ongoing commitment to demonstrate that where there’s play, there’s beautiful possibilities.

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GM Engineers ‘Kinect’ Gaming Technology to Child Safety

With ample space and adjustable second row seats, the Chevrolet Traverse offers parents flexibility when it comes to fitting child safety seats. But how do GM engineers determine what seats fit and where, especially with hundreds of models on the market?

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Reflections on Buick Verano’s Shiny Paint Job

Residential and commercial paint manufacturers think about the environmental impact of their product on more than just Earth Day. Seventy percent of the energy used in vehicle assembly is in the paint process. It takes as much energy – 2.5 megawatt hours – to paint a car as it would to cover the electricity bill of a typical U.S. home for nine weeks.

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Reflections on Buick Verano’s Shiny Paint Job

Residential and commercial paint manufacturers think about the environmental impact of their product on more than just Earth Day. Seventy percent of the energy used in vehicle assembly is in the paint process. It takes as much energy – 2.5 megawatt hours – to paint a car as it would to cover the electricity bill of a typical U.S. home for nine weeks.

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GM Sold 2.4 Million Vehicles Globally in First Quarter

General Motors Co. (NYSE: GM) sold 2.4 million vehicles globally in the first quarter of 2015, up 2 percent compared to a year ago. Sales in China increased 9 percent and deliveries in North America were up 6 percent. Opel/Vauxhall increased its sales by 3 percent in Europe.

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Ford rolls out Vignale Mondeo for upscale European buyers

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Ford luxes up the Mondeo with new Vignale line, featuring a more upscale appearance, list of equipment and customer experience for premium European buyers.

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Why Lexus shies away from plug-in hybrids

Filed under: Green , Lexus , Toyota , Hybrid Lexus’s Mark Templin isn’t sold on plug-in hybrid powertrain technology as a viable way to reduce emissions. Continue reading Why Lexus shies away from plug-in hybrids Why Lexus shies away from plug-in hybrids originally appeared on Autoblog on Mon, 20 Apr 2015 10:00:00 EST. Please see our terms for use of feeds . Permalink

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Why Lexus shies away from plug-in hybrids

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