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Call for Entries: CDN-GM Interactive Design Competition 2012

Fri, 06 Jul 2012 00:00:00 -0700

With temperatures soaring across North America, there's no better time to hunker down in an air-conditioned room with your pen, vellum, and markers (or, more realistically, your computer and tablet) and get working on your entries into the GM Interactive Design Competition 2012.  It's only been a month since the official launch of the 2012 GM Interactive Design Competition and we're already seeing strong participation and a very high level of quality for the entries. Open to all full-time college or university students from across the US and Canada, this competition is a great way to gain exposure, but also to keep up and improve your skills over the summer. With five paid internships (housing included) at GM's studios in Warren, MI up for grabs, there's no better launchpad for your career in the automotive industry, and getting your entries online early also gives you a head-start on the competition by allowing the public and mentors to critique and review your work.

Roewe 950 at 2012 Beijing motor show

Mon, 23 Apr 2012 00:00:00 -0700

Here's a car that our colleagues on CAR China have been getting excited about: the new Roewe 950. It's a 5-series rival spawned by Roewe and parent company SAIC's links with GM. So what is the Roewe 950 exactly?

General Motors to keep green car technology in house

Wed, 12 Aug 2009 00:00:00 -0700

For the first time in its 100-year history, General Motors plans to design, develop and manufacture electric motors for its growing array of gasoline-electric hybrids and electric vehicles. The electric motors used in GM's current lineup of hybrids are made to GM specifications by outside vendors. GM wants to bring the design and manufacturing in-house to save money and to apply its own technology to boost performance, lower weight and reduce power consumption, said Larry Nitz, GM's chief hybrid powertrain engineer.