When people say that the 2011 Chevrolet Orlando is great for families with kids, your first thoughts are probably along the lines of loads of seats, lots of space, a tough interior and something that's cheap to run. The Orlando that's appeared in a London street today is none of these things, but it's still great for kids. How can this be? Well, it's made entirely out of mouldable putty-toy Play-Doh, which Chevrolet U.K. research has revealed to be number one in a list of the top ten nostalgic toys. At 15 feet long by just under six feet tall, it's the world's biggest Play-Doh sculpture and...
GM Chairman wants to see models on sale ahead of schedule
In a market where only about 10 million cars are expected to be sold annually - down from 16 million last year - every tenth of a percent of market share counts. That's why Board of Directors Chairman Ed Whitacre sees a strong need to act quickly to prevent further market share erosion. Despite the...Ralph Hanson