We all have seen crash test dummies on commercials and in videos. But in this video, we goes behind the scenes at General Motors’ Anthropomorphic Test Device laboratory to see that crash test dummies — or ATDs – are, in fact, complex, data-collecting tools that help GM design safer cars and, ultimately, save lives.
A 2015 Chevrolet Suburban was the 10 millionth vehicle built at our Arlington Assembly Center, which has been the home of the Suburban and other full-size SUVs since 1997. […]
Created with pride at our Wentzville Assembly Plant, the GMC Canyon and Chevrolet Colorado have no problem leading the pack. These twins have the midsize segment’s best […]
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We asked you to Name That Vehicle and if you guessed the 2016 Chevrolet Volt electric car with extended range, you guessed correctly! The next-gen Volt offers 50 miles of EV range […]