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SAIC might purchase a GM Indian plant to produce vans

Wuling's CV lineup - Talks on SAIC (Shanghai Automotive Industry Corporation) purchasing a plant from GM in India to produce low-cost Wuling vans is in the early stages according to a leading Chinese news outlet. General Motors runs on a JV

IAB Special- The Great Debate: FWD or RWD. Which is better?

Last month, GM’s product “Czar” and vice-chairman of global product development Bob Lutz announced that GM is cancelling development of the next generation Zeta large RWD car platform, citing difficult economic and environmental concerns as the

Update- GM India’s cars now come at an extra

As it was already reported, World's Number 1 car maker GM's India division has increased prices of its cars by 1-2 percent to compensate for risings costs. "The price rises were to cover input costs and the impact of the weakening of the rupee last

Chevrolet Cruze Indian launch by December 2009

Chevrolet's European division has confirmed that the upcoming Chevrolet Cruze's debut in the European market will remain as per schedule. Its expected to make its European debut in April 09. The company expects to sell about 20,000 to 25,000 units in

Revealed- Chevrolet Cruze- The 2009 Optra replacement

With aggressive design cues from the Cadillac division, the Cruze seems to be a great leap forward from the aging Optra. Three engine configurations are offered. 112 HP 1.6L and 140 HP 1.8L petrol engines and a new 2.0L turbo diesel, developing 150 HP

Spy Pics- Chevy Cruze spotted again in China

The next-gen Optra was spotted yet again, testing with camouflage even after its official pictures were released by Chevrolet in their website. The medium-sized sedan will be released in markets like China, India and the U.S with either the GM logo or

Mahindra may buy US icon Hummer from GM

Mahindra is well known in India for making SUV’s and MUV’s. It went a step forward when it went global and has its footprint in various parts of Africa, Middle East and Europe. Now to fulfill its US ambitions, it is ramping up the specifications