Shanghai – Shanghai OnStar, China’s leading provider of in-vehicle safety, security and communication services, today introduced several new service plans to meet the changing needs of subscribers. OnStar users can also add a range of individual services to the four new plans based on their driving habits and needs.
GUANGZHOU – Shanghai GM today launched the Buick Verano and began taking pre-orders for the new-generation sports sedan at Buick dealerships across China. The Verano’s eight variants are priced between RMB 135,900 and RMB 199,900.
SHANGHAI, China (June 26, 2015) –SAIC-GMAC Automotive Finance Co., Ltd. (SAIC-GMAC), the first and largest auto finance company in China, announced that it completed its fourth auto loan Asset Backed Securities (“ABS”) transaction, named Rong Teng 2015-1 recently.
GUANGDE – With the theme of Taking It to the Streets, 2015 GM China Tech Day gave media from across China the rare opportunity to visit the Shanghai GM/PATAC Guangde Proving Ground in Anhui province. From June 24-26, they learned how the country’s most advanced proving ground is supporting the design and development of world-class vehicles.
NEW YORK – As the world becomes increasingly connected, Buick remains at the forefront of new applications and connectivity that provide customers with a seamless, integrated driving experience.
WARREN, Mich. – Roman Lys went from carving his own childhood toys from wood in Poland – out of necessity – to creating intricate vehicle exterior feature lines in clay as a master sculptor in the Buick design studio.
DETROIT – The Chevrolet Malibu, Equinox (tie), Silverado LD and Spark ranked highest in their respective segments for the 2015 J.D. U.S. Power Initial Quality StudySM. Chevrolet has 10 models in Top 3 positions, more than any other brand, foreign or domestic.
SHANGHAI – GM China’s new Green in Motion series kicks off in July. Based on the popular GM China Consumer Fuel-Saving Challenge that began in 2011, it will show how GM is increasing the fuel efficiency of the vehicles it builds and sells in China. It will also introduce the latest technology that GM is adopting to make its products cleaner and greener.
SHANGHAI – Irene Shen has been appointed director of Communications for General Motors China, effective July 1. She will succeed Dayna Hart, who will repatriate to the U.S. to take another GM Communications assignment, effective August 1.
SHANGHAI – Shanghai GM and the China Environment Culture Promotion Association (CECPA) launched the Drive to Green environmental crowdfunding platform in Beijing during World Environment Day on June 5.
NEW YORK – Cadillac’s 2016 model year products will feature enhanced connectivity and control, including the addition of Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, the predominant new systems for in-car phone integration. These additions are part of a broader enhancement of CUE, Cadillac’s user experience, with new features and a faster, streamlined operation.
DETROIT – Chevrolet Cruze, the brand’s best-selling car around the world, has surpassed 3.5 million global sales, a milestone that comes as Chevrolet prepares to introduce the next-generation Cruze on June 24.
SHANGHAI – General Motors and its joint ventures sold 252,567 vehicles last month in China, which was down 4.0 percent year over year, primarily due to model changeovers for several models and the phasing out of older ones. GM’s May retail sales reflected improved mix of SUVs and MPVs, which combined were up 21.8 percent, and a 10.9 percent increase in sales of Cadillac luxury models.
SHANGHAI – The 2015 Safe Kids Safe Ride program was launched on May 31 in Shanghai by General Motors China in cooperation with Safe Kids Worldwide. The objective of the annual activity, which began in 2014, is to reduce vehicle-related child injuries and to raise public awareness of child safety in and around vehicles.
LOS ANGELES – According to Strategy Analytics, there are more than 2.3 billion smartphones in use globally, and that number continues to rise. And on the road, customers are demanding better integration between phones and their vehicles. Whether they have an Apple or Android phone, Chevrolet is committed to providing the smartest, simplest connected driving experience possible to owners across the globe.
SHANGHAI – General Motors and Shanghai Jiao Tong University (SJTU) today began a two-year vehicle sharing pilot program in Shanghai featuring 16 Chevrolet EN-V 2.0 electric concept vehicles.
SHANGHAI – GM’s Cadillac brand and Shanghai OnStar joint venture are showing China’s first 4G LTE telematics service along with the CarLife app, the MyCadillac app and an Apple Watch app at CES Asia, which opened today in Shanghai.
YUEYANG – Chevrolet has teamed up with the One World Play Project to distribute 100,000 ultra-durable footballs across China. The balls are being provided to the China Soong Ching Ling Foundation (SCLF) to benefit schools in remote parts of the country. They are expected to help children achieve their football dreams through play.
SHANGHAI – GM’s recently released 2014 Sustainability Report chronicles efforts by the company’s 216,000 employees worldwide to live GM’s newly defined purpose and values by earning customer loyalty, applying meaningful technology advances and improving the communities where it does business.
SHANGHAI – General Motors and its joint ventures sold 258,484 vehicles last month in China, down 0.4 percent year over year.
SHANGHAI – A half-billion vehicles over 106 years equals billions of dollars in commerce, payroll, investments and infrastructure in communities all over the world. For their owners, these vehicles have played roles in weddings, family vacations, graduations, new businesses and countless milestones along life’s journey.
SHANGHAI – Dr. Tobias Sünner has been appointed president of the Pan Asia Technical Automotive Center (PATAC), effective June 1, 2015. He will be based at the Shanghai headquarters of GM’s automotive engineering and design joint venture with SAIC.
DETROIT – General Motors Co. (NYSE: GM) today announced first quarter net income attributable to common stockholders of $0.9 billion, or $0.56 per diluted share. The current quarter included a net loss from special items of $0.5 billion, or $(0.30) per diluted share.
DETROIT – 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.
(April 20, 2015, Shanghai) Shanghai OnStar is showcasing its unmatched lineup of safe, smart, connected, convenient and user-friendly innovative telematics services for Chinese car buyers at Auto Shanghai 2015, which starts today.
SHANGHAI – During a meeting today with media in Shanghai, General Motors CEO Mary Barra discussed the long-term potential of China’s automotive industry and reaffirmed GM’s investment plans for maintaining its growth in its largest market.
SHANGHAI – SAIC-GM-Wuling (SGMW) today introduced its first SUV, the Baojun 560, at Auto Shanghai 2015. The latest Baojun model, which was developed by SGMW, is aimed at those who want a functional vehicle for their personal and professional lives.
SHANGHAI – Buick’s new-generation sports sedan, the Verano, made its debut this evening at Shanghai GM Gala Night. It will be appearing on Shanghai GM’s stand at Auto Shanghai 2015, which starts tomorrow.
SHANGHAI – Buick introduced the Avenir concept on January 11 in advance of the North American International Auto Show – a flagship sedan exploring progressive design with new levels of passenger well-being and technology integration. Today, the Avenir made its China debut on the eve of Auto Shanghai 2015.
SHANGHAI – Today on the eve of the 2015 Shanghai Auto Show, Cadillac announced it will add an available Plug-In Hybrid Electric (PHEV) propulsion system to its upcoming range-topping CT6 sedan at Shanghai GM Cadillac new plant, Pudong Jinqiao, China.