It’s April first and everybody knows what that means: jokes.
General Motors will invest $300 million in its Orion Township, Mich. assembly plant for the purposes of producing a new electric Chevy.
GM will be investing a hefty chunk of change, $20 million to be exact, to the propulsion plant to increase the capacity for 10-speed transmission production
Legendary drag racer Don Garlits has been working on an electric dragster for some years, looking to take that car to 200mph. Now General Motors’ Chevrolet division is getting into the electric act with its eCOPO Camaro.
Mary Barra was hired to do a very difficult job: keep General Motors profitable.
Usually, when someone hears the word COPO a long history burnt fuel and loud engines come to mind. Chevy is about to throw a wrench in all that.
The 1970’s were not the greatest era in terms of performance or style to say the least, but that doesn’t mean they should be ignored.
In a sea of Mustangs and Camaros, it’s refreshing to see a well built Pontiac.
We stopped by the L.A Auto show yesterday to poke in and see what the big three brought to the city of Angels.
This year during the 2017 SEMA show GM announced the new 2017 Chevrolet COPO Camaro which will of course, be a no-nonsense 9-second monster.