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  • 2018 GMC Terrain Denali, 2017 Detroit auto show

    Following closely with the Chevrolet from which it's based, GMC took the wraps off its new small crossover and its trio of turbocharged powertrains Sunday night in Detroit. The 2018 GMC Terrain made its debut ahead of the 2017 North American International Auto Show in Detroit and showcased General Motors' strategy for smaller displacement, turbocharged engines, including a turbodiesel. CHECK OUT: 2018 Kia Stinger debuts with twin-turbo V-6, rear-wheel drive The Terrain largely follows the path that the 2018 Chevrolet Equinox put forward when it was shown last year. The Terrain will be...

  • 2016 GMC Terrain Denali, 2015 New York Auto Show
    2016 GMC Terrain Debuts At 2015 New York Auto Show: Live Photos

    The Terrain was first introduced for the 2010 model year to help General Motors Company’s [NYSE:GM] GMC brand, known for its big and brawny SUVs and pickup trucks, capitalize on growing demand for compact, fuel-efficient crossovers. The segment is still booming, growing 17.4 percent last year...

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    2013 GMC Terrain Gets Upscale Denali Option, New V-6

    The 2013 GMC Terrain is the latest to adopt the Denali tag, bringing the tally of models with the upscale branding to seven. And along with the new trim, the Terrain in 2013 also sees a more powerful 3.6-liter V-6 replace the older model’s 3.0-liter engine. Thanks to direct-injection...

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    GM Updating Its 2.4-Liter Four Cylinder Engines

    GM will launch a new 2.5-liter four in the 2013 Chevy Malibu, and will introduce the new engine across product lines over the next 12 months.

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    Will Self-Driving Cars Be On The Road By 2020?

    GM's VP of global research and development, Alan Taub, believes that partially autonomous vehicles will be ready in the next few years, with self-driving cars a reality by the end of the decade.

  • Theta-based plug-in hybrid crossover prototype spy shots
    Spy Shots: GM Testing Theta-Based Plug-In Hybrid Crossover Prototype

    When General Motors shut down Saturn late last year, it lost more than a quarter of its sales of hybrid vehicles. Saturn, with no V-8 models, full-size SUVs or pickups, was GM’s most fuel-efficient brand and was second only to Chevrolet for overall hybrid sales with its Vue and Aura...

  • GMC Urban Utility Concept teaser

    GMC will be showing of a new concept car at next week’s 2010 Detroit Auto Show and today a couple of teaser images of it have been released in the lead up to its unveiling. Described as "Efficient,” “Compact,” and “Fashionable," the new Urban Utility Concept is expected to be the smallest vehicle GMC has ever produced. One of the teaser images shows that it will be similar in size to the compact Scion xB and significantly smaller than the current GMC Terrain. The goal of the design was to create the next generation of urban mobility, fusing a flexible, functional...

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    GM says Pontiac and GMC are safe, updated restructuring plan coming tomorrow

    General Motors is currently seeking a buyer for Hummer, is looking to sell a stake in Opel, plans to cut its ties with Saab, and is open to almost anything with Saturn, but despite the drastic moves the auto industry task force established by President Obama is still seeking more. After rejecting...

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    GMC Unveils All-New Terrain Crossover

    GMC is moving into the burgeoning compact crossover market with its brand new Terrain, which debuts this week at the New York Auto Show. GM will once again be touting the vehicle’s impressive fuel-economy, especially for the base 2.4L model, which is packed with a number of features to help...

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