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With its global headquarters in Detroit, General Motors Company is one of the world's largest automakers, producing cars and trucks in 31 countries.


General Motors Company, one of the world's largest automakers, traces its roots back to 1908. With its global headquarters in Detroit, GM employs 212,000 people in every major region of the world and does business in more than 120 countries. GM and its strategic partners produce cars and trucks in 31 countries, and sell and service these vehicles through the following brands:


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General Motors Company In The News

  • Recent News | 02/21/17

    The Big Story: Diesel Market Facing Compression

    From our perspective, we were betting very heavily on clean diesel being part of the solution - CARB Deputy Executive Officer Alberto Ayala.…

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  • Recent News | 02/19/17

    GM went global for Chevy Cruze Diesel's engine

    “Diesels are one of the lowest cost ways to reduce carbon dioxide emissions,” GM's VP of global propulsion systems Dan Nicholson said.…

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  • Press Release | 02/13/17

    New Chevy Cruze Diesel Sedan to Hit Amazing 52 MPG Highway

    2017 Cruze Diesel Sedan has achieved 52 mpg highway rating - the highest highway fuel economy rating of any non-hybrid/non-EV in America.

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  • Ask and you shall receive. Introducing the all-new #Cruze Diesel with an EPA-estimated 52 MPG on highway mileage!… https://t.co/Pvg5qGD6OO

    Chevrolet Via Twitter

    @chevrolet 02/13/17

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  • Why a diesel made sense and why @GM is happy with the "Whisper Diesel" inside the new #GMCTerrain https://t.co/fxtygsA6Ku

    Diesel Technology Forum Via Twitter

    @DieselTechForum 01/30/17

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  • Press Release | 01/24/17

    New Diesels Boost Consumer Choices for U.S.Vehicle Market

    Washington Auto Show to give policymakers & consumers an opportunity to see how diesel technology fits in the plans of U.S. automakers.

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