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TechnologyGM’s Ultium Technology Explained Simply by Its Engineers
Back in March 2020, General Motors unveiled the fundamental basis for its next-generation electric vehicles, a technology called Ultium . What is it? Simply put, it’s a modular EV platform and high-capacity battery that can be used for all sorts of applications. Leading the way in Canada will be the …
Special EventsHere’s How GM Puts Vehicles Through Cold-weather Testing
General Motors invited The Car Guide to a virtual presentation of its cold-weather proving grounds in Kapuskasing, Ontario. The 242-acre facility is nearly 50 years old—it opened in 1973, more than 30 years after the automaker started testing military vehicles for the government in the middle of World War II.

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NewsGMC Canyon AT4 OVRLANDX May Preview More Extreme Pickup
Is the GMC Canyon about to spawn an even more rugged and more off-road ready pickup than the AT4 ? Rumours and spy shots suggest that a model called Canyon AT4X is in the works and could debut along with the next generation, likely for the 2023 model year. It …
NewsGM Takes Ford to Court Over “BlueCruise” Name
After unsuccessfully trying to come to a peaceful agreement regarding Ford’s new BlueCruise hands-free driving assistance technology, General Motors has decided to file a lawsuit in a United States federal court. GM claims BlueCruise, which was unveiled in April of this year, sounds too much like its own semi-autonomous driving …
Technology/Autonomous VehiclesGM Adds New Super Cruise Features for 2022
So you prefer to let the car do most of the work on the highway? We have good news for you: General Motors today announced it will introduce new Super Cruise capabilities on six model year 2022 vehicles in the first quarter of next year. The automaker’s semi-autonomous technology allows …
ElectricLower-priced Electric GMC Pickup to Follow Hummer EV
Now committed to electrifying its entire portfolio by 2035 , General Motors is calling on each and every one of its brands to meet the needs of customers in all segments and price points. After resurrecting the Hummer in the form of a GMC-branded electric pickup, the automaker plans to …
RecallsSeveral GM Heavy-Duty Pickups Once Again Recalled Over Fire Risk
General Motors has announced a recall on some of its heavy-duty pickups because a problem with the engine-block heater cable or the terminals that connect the heater cable to the block heater could cause a short circuit, increasing the risk of a fire. Affected models include the Chevrolet Silverado 2500HD …
NewsCD Player Now Completely Gone in GM Passenger Vehicles
You can’t stop progress, especially when it comes to in-car technology, which is evolving at a stunning pace. In an era of sophisticated multimedia systems offering all sorts of connectivity options, voice assistants and a wide range of apps such as Spotify, Pandora and Apple Music, CD players have become …

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Review: 2017 GMC Acadia
Graeme says the previous Acadia was left withering on the vine for too long. This week he gets a chance to sample the new generation. For more stories about the 2017 GMC Acadia, hit the link - http://www.guideautoweb.com/en/makes/gmc/acadia/2017/ (This segment originally aired on Motoring TV 2017 Episode #8) …
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MOTORING TV: Premium Crossover of the Year for 2017
Motoring TV recently held it's 1 hour Car of the Year Special on the TSN network where we picked the best in class for 2017. Here are the nominees and winner for Premium Crossover. (This segment originally appeared on Motoring TV 2017 episode #6) …
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Review: 2017 GMC Acadia
Bigger is not always better. So says General Motors as it launches its new GMC Acadia. This segment is hot and GM wanted the Acadia to stand out when it comes to design,. With that in mind we had the opportunity to meet the chief designer. (This segment originally aired …
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Review: 2016 GMC Canyon Diesel
The 2016 GMC Canyon Diesel, a truck that, according to Motoring TV's Howard Elmer, puts the Canadian market on par with the rest of the truck world. Why? Well it's simple. "While this combination of small diesel in a midsize truck is new in North America," Elmer says, "It's what …