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GM’s Maven Mobility Program Takes Off

GM’s Maven Mobility Program Takes Off

Maven, GM’s personal mobility brand, is spreading across the US, recently hitting the LA area in recent months. This system is designed for car sharing, and its major goals are to reduce emissions and to increase use of electric cars. Maven is just one of many new programs introduced by GM, each of which builds on technological innovations and creative thinking to improve mobility overall. According to GM, Maven has had a 56% increase in membership since it was first…

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New, 52-Acre GM Active Safety Test Area Opens Its Doors

New, 52-Acre GM Active Safety Test Area Opens Its Doors

General Motors opened the doors to its all-new Active Safety Test Area on Friday, July 24th. The $14 million facility provides a consolidated space in which the auto manufacturer can test all 22 of its active safety technologies like front pedestrian braking and night vision. “Our comprehensive safety strategy of helping customers before, during and after a crash continues,” said Jeff Boyer, vice president of Global Vehicle Safety for General Motors. “GM historically has been a leader in the development…

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Two GM Michigan Plants Receive $200 Million Investment

Two GM Michigan Plants Receive $200 Million Investment

In October at the Detroit Economic Club, General Motors CEO Mary Barra discussed the future of GM, promising a $300 million investment that will help further the American carmaker’s future. Now, we know where a large part of that investment will be going. GM recently made the announcement that two GM Michigan plants—Orion Assembly and Pontiac Metal Center— will be receiving a $200 million investment to prepare for a future vehicle program. “Today’s announcement is a shot in the arm…

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