General Motors appears ready to begin offering a redesigned Chevrolet Tahoe and Suburban as well as a GMC Yukon and Yukon XL. It is looking GM will keep these vehicles the same size as we have become familiar with, but include upgraded materials, better handling and even best-in-class fuel efficiency. These new models are expected to arrive in early-2014 and for now pricing has yet to be revealed.
General Motors has introduced the new 2014 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 and High Country trucks, as well as the 2014 GMC Sierra and Sierra Denali 1500 trucks. Both have options for a V8 6.2-liter engine with 420 horsepower and 460 lb-ft of torque, which GM says is the most powerful engine/torque combo among all light-duty pickup truck engines.
Another day, another round of recalls it seems. Yesterday we heard that Subaru was recalling more than 600,000 vehicles due to a potential problem with accessory lights short circuiting and catching fire, but today it's GM's turn. The company is recalling right around 69,000 trucks, vans, and SUVs due to a steering column defect that could potentially allow the cars to roll away after being put in park.
If you know anything about SUVs and trucks from General Motors, you'll know that the company has largely been replicating their designs so that certain SUVs and trucks match each other. However, starting with their 2014 models, GM will be giving each of its vehicles a unique look to separate them from the pack.
Welcome to Thursday evening everyone. Today Verizon confirmed that Jelly Bean will begin rolling out to the Galaxy S III starting tomorrow, so get ready for that to drop. Apple released its iTunes Best of 2012 list today, while Facebook rolled out a native app for Android, which can boast speeds that are twice as fast. Google has brought double tap functionality to its mobile ads, meaning that you no longer have to worry about accidentally clicking an ad, and a US court has found that the iPhone infringes on three MobileMedia patents, with those patents revealed later in the day.
It's a great time for the automotive universe as the technology and gadgets of our modern world converge with the likes of the 2014 GMC Sierra and 2014 Chevrolet Silverado. Both vehicles take on the future of this technologically aware society we're all in and integrate the future into the now. Starting with the Chevrolet Silverado, GM is introducing the next-generation iteration of the brand's MyLink infotainment system, complete with available 8-inch touchscreen thats reconfigurable to your desires.
Today, GM unveiled their brand-new full-size pickup trucks, the 2014 Chevrolet Silverado and the 2014 GMC Sierra. As with past iterations, both trucks look very similar to one another, except for the logo and a few small changes to the trim and interiors. With this new look, the Silverado and Sierra look meaner than ever.
General Motors has been around for a long time and operates a variety of different automotive brands under the GM umbrella. The biggest brand for General Motors is Chevrolet with a variety of trucks, SUVs, and cars sold under that brand. General Motors also operates GMC, which sells branded versions of some Chevrolet vehicles.
GMC has offered a bit of insight into the seemingly simple heads up display some of its vehicles such as the 2012 Acadia SUV uses. The heads up display in the car is designed to allow the driver to keep your eyes on the road and still see important details such as what year you're in, the speed, and RPMs of the vehicle. This is similar to the tech fighter pilot used to keep your eyes ahead at all times.