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.
It’s easy to picture yourself behind the wheel of a 460 horsepower Chevrolet Corvette Stingray, but buying a vehicle is an important decision in life and requires the proper […]
The 2015 Chevrolet COPO Camaro has enough power to race a quarter mile in the mid-eight seconds, but this weekend, the first of only 69 hand-built, factory-assembled models will […]
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The 2015 GMC Canyon reigns supreme as the top choice by editors at Cars.com for the site’s Midsize Pickup Challenge based on categories like performance, technology and off-road […]