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GM kicks off online shopping for cars across U.S. dealer network


After a trial period, the online shopping service for General Motors Co cars and trucks is now being expanded to GM dealers throughout the United States. The No. 1 U.S. automaker announced yesterday that its 4,300 Chevrolet, Buick, GMC and Cadillac dealers in the United States can now offer the service, dubbed "Shop-Click-Drive," to prospective customers. "We want to make it easier ...
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Consumer Reports says new infotainment systems too complicated and unreliable
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Google Glass integrated with Mercedes’s navigation system
Mercedes-Benz has developed a navigation system that merges the experience of driving with what they call "digital living." They are essentially using Google Glass, a pair of glasses with a ...
Next generation Hyundai Genesis to feature all wheel drive in the US
Thanks to the new "HTRAC" AWD system, which is premiering on the next-generation Genesis model, Hyundai is now among a growing list of carmakers that have all-wheel-drive options for its ...
Toyota to introduce system that uses radio to avoid collisions
The Japanese company, the world’s largest automaker, plans to unveil systems that in around two years would allow cars to communicate with each other, allowing them to avoid accidents. According to ...
Chevy Corvette Stingray might receive stop/start technology
The new generation of the Chevrolet Corvette Stingray is believed to gain the stop/start system over the following years, which will help its fuel consumption and CO2 emissions. The North American ...
Porsche 918 Spyder to get HTML5-based infotainment system
The German based automaker Porsche is planning to introduce a brand new HTML5-based infotainment system for the upcoming Spyder “green” supercar. The 2013 Frankfurt Motor Show is coming in pretty fast ...
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[VIDEO] McLaren MP4-12C with sports exhaust system
A McLaren MP4-12C equipped with a sports exhaust system is providing us with the most interesting exhaust sound of the new year up to date. The McLaren MP4-12C is one of ...
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The French based automaker Renault has recently announced a recall for the Twizy model because of a problem with its braking system. According to the car manufacturer, owners of the Renault ...

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