The next generation of Cadillac’s V-Series elite, high-performance cars began with the introduction of an all-new race car, the Cadillac ATS-V.R. Set to begin competition in 2015, Cadillac debuted the new race car at the Circuit of the Americas, one of country’s pre-eminent racing venues. The ATS-V.R is the racing extension of the upcoming 2016 […]Read more "Cadillac Introduces their All New ATS-V .R Race Car!"
Early last month, Chevrolet unveiled a very green special edition Camaro which had yet to receive a name. The automaker asked its customers and fans to submit their own designation for the Emerald Green pony car, with the winner being announced at the SEMA Show in Las Vegas. Chevy chose Camaro fan Jason M.’s suggestion, […]Read more "2015 Chevrolet Camaro’s Green Flash Debuts at SEMA!"
Can a truck make you more appealing? Chevrolet’s new “You Know You Want a Truck” web videos suggest that perhaps it can, if the truck is the all-new midsize Chevrolet Colorado, which comes standard with a lot of “technology and stuff.” The trio of videos, available on Chevrolet’s YouTube channel, suggest that owning a truck […]Read more "“You Know You Want a Truck” #TechnologyAndStuff"
An adhesive used in production of the 2015 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray may help preserve a threatened bat species in North America. General Motors found that when processed, the adhesive can serve as a stalactite in artificial bat caves. White-nose syndrome, a deadly fungus appearing on the muzzle and other parts of hibernating bats, has killed […]Read more "Chevrolet Corvette Stingray Helps Preserve a Threatened Bat Species!!"
Trash to fuel, the stuff of the 1980s sci-fi comedy movie trilogy “Back to the Future,” is now a reality. The 2015 Bi-fuel Chevrolet Impala really can run on leftovers, table scraps and, oh, yeah, grains from brewing beer. Cleveland-based quasar energy group uses organic waste to produce a renewable energy source known as biogas, […]Read more "Chevrolet’s Bi-fuel Impala powered by Organic Waste!"