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New Chevrolet Racecar to Debut for 2013 Season

2012-03-13 DETROIT – The countdown to the debut of Chevrolet’s next NASCAR Sprint Cup Series racecar is underway.  Chevrolet announced today that for the 2013 season, Team Chevy will be racing a vehicle based on a new nameplate to the brand’s lineup.

Taking advantage of the new NASCAR rules, which allow manufacturers to display more of their brand identity in their racecars, the new Chevrolet racecar will closely resemble the production version.  Both cars will be unveiled in the coming year.

“We are keeping the wraps on the new car for now and will continue to prepare for next season by testing camouflaged vehicles,” said Jim Campbell, vice president, Chevrolet Performance Vehicles and Motorsports.  “We know that Chevrolet fans are eager to see the new racecar and we hope that the prospect of being able to own one just like it will make the wait a little more bearable.”

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Honda’s Next Generation Solar Hydrogen Station Begins Operations at California R&D Facility

“Honda R&D’s own Ryan Harty, explains how Honda’s next generation Solar Hydrogen Station (using Honda’s own thin film solar panels) works and fuels hydrogen vehicles. The Solar Hydrogen Station is designed to provide about 30-miles of driving range through an 8-hour slow-fill or enough to meet most daily commuting needs.”

Do Consumers Really Want Electric Cars?

Or Even Hybrids? Will They Ever?

By Lacey Plache, Chief Economist,

“Sales of hybrids and electric-drive vehicles plummeted in January, following a “strong” finish to 2011. Electric-drive vehicles, including electric vehicles (EVs) and plug-in hybrid electric vehicles (PHEVs), lost 30 percent of their (admittedly small) market share, while the market share for hybrids fell 7 percent, even as Toyota Prius supply continued to recover. Amidst these lackluster sales results, a growing chorus of voices is predicting a glowing future for these advanced-drive vehicles, with market shares at 20 percent or higher by the end of the decade. For a segment that has struggled unsuccessfully to achieve even a 3 percent market share over the past decade, and that would barely reach 7 percent by 2017 on the current growth path, these forecasts seem to be wishful thinking at best.”

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Under the Blue Arch: Chevrolet’s new TV show

“A Nerf Gun fight, just a typical pre-work team building exercise at Under the Blue Arch. One of many Chevy dealerships that love to have fun.There should be a TV show about these guys. See more antics at Under the Blue Arch, visit”

Honda CR-V, Odyssey and Civic Are Three of the 10 Best Family Cars of 2012, According to Kelley Blue Book’s

“02/29/2012 Three Honda vehicles have been named a 10 Best Family Car by Kelley Blue Book’s The 2012 Honda CR-V, 2012 Honda Odyssey and 2012 Honda Civic have all made Kelley Blue Book’s 10 Best Family Cars of 2012 list. The annual list rates vehicles on ‘family-approved’ attributes like available safety features, comfort, child-friendliness, strong consumer ratings and impressive Kelley Blue Book Total Cost of Ownership statistics.”

The Honda release indicated that”:

“We are honored to have three members of the Honda lineup recognized as benchmark family cars by Kelley Blue Book’s,” said Michael Accavitti, vice president of marketing operations for American Honda. “To be recognized as providing the kind of safety, features and value required of the modern family machine speaks to the core attributes of every Honda vehicle.”

“Kelley Blue Book’s has been naming the best family cars each year since 2008. This is the ninth time Honda has made the list, having garnered a previous award for the Civic, three previous awards for the Odyssey and one for the Honda Crosstour.”

Akersons Donate $1 Million to Habitat for Humanity

GM CEO kick starts $25 million fundraising effort for Detroit neighborhood improvement

2012-02-22 DETROIT –  General Motors Chairman and CEO Dan Akerson today helped launch Habitat for Humanity Detroit’s “Leaders to ReBuild Detroit” initiative by personally giving $1 million as a cornerstone donation for the three-year, $25-million effort to engage Detroit’s corporate leaders in revitalizing the city.

The Akersons’ personal gift will help pay for house rehabilitation, construction and repairs in partnership with 20 families, and weatherization projects in partnership with 12 families in Detroit’s Morningside Commons neighborhood.

“A strong America is built on strong communities, and building them starts with one hammer, one nail and one person who cares — from there, it’s contagious,” Akerson said.  “My wife, Karin, and I want to see this effort to rebuild Detroit catch on, spread out and draw scores more volunteers and millions more in contributions.”

The “Leaders to ReBuild Detroit” initiative will serve at least 500 families by 2014 through house construction, rehabilitation, critical repairs, and energy-efficiency upgrades and weatherization projects.  Additionally, these families will participate in financial literacy training, homeownership workshops and community security initiatives provided by partnering organizations.

General Motors Co. (NYSE:GM, TSX: GMM) and its partners produce vehicles in 30 countries, and the company has leadership positions in the world’s largest and fastest-growing automotive markets.  GM’s brands include Chevrolet and Cadillac, as well as Baojun, Buick, GMC, Holden, Isuzu, Jiefang, Opel, Vauxhall and Wuling. More information on the company and its subsidiaries, including OnStar, a global leader in vehicle safety, security and information services, can be found at

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