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Five new Chevy Concepts unveiled for SEMA


The North American based automaker Chevrolet has officially unveiled five new concept cars which will be officially presented to the public during the 2014 SEMA Motor Show. According to the car manufacturer, below we can see the SS Sport Concept, which is coming with a so-called “Some Like It Red Hot” exterior with some hood stripes, a revised front grille, a ...
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Chevrolet focused on China market
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US: Chevy ads during Sochi winter Olympics winners on NBC
During the US television’s two-week global advertising blitz set for the 2014 Sochi Olympics, Chevrolet emerged as one of the clear winners, garnering positive brand awareness. Chevrolet made its showcase through ...
GM names new Chevrolet marketing VP
The American automaker has named Paul Edwards as U.S. vice president of marketing for its Chevrolet brand. He replaces Chris Perry, who resigned last month. Edwards, 44, will begin immediately reporting ...
Chevrolet’s marketing boss leaves the company
The ongoing structural changes in General Motors Co's executive ranks continued with the sudden resignation of Chris Perry as vice president of Chevrolet marketing. Perry, 53, spent just over three years ...
Chevrolet pulls out of Europe, so GM will cut jobs in South Korea
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Report – General Motors considers shipping more S. Korean made Chevrolets in Australia
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