According to the recently released 2007 Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Fuel Economy Guide, General Motors leads the industry with more vehicles that achieve 30 mpg, on the highway, than any other manufacturer.
This new data reiterates GM’s goal of helping to reduce the nation’s dependence on petroleum and helping to reduce vehicle emissions, ultimately removing the vehicle from the environmental debate.
Motors, Renault and Nissan today said that a meeting was held between
Carlos Ghosn, President and Chief Executive Officer of Renault, SAS and
Nissan Motor Co., Ltd., and Rick Wagoner, Chairman and Chief Executive
Officer of General Motors, Corp.,
regarding ongoing discussions concerning the possibility of creating an industrial alliance among these three companies.
People seeking a HUMMER H3 with a customized appearance, straight from the factory, can soon add a new H3x to their garages. The first H3x models will arrive in dealerships in the United States and Canada in August, with a price of...