With BrightDrop, GM is creating a new business to develop the commercial electric vehicle ecosystem. This includes a new electric delivery vehicle and support for infrastructure, logistics, and service planning — as well as an entirely new sales and service network.
February 1, 2021
Our test of the new F-150 PowerBoost netted an extraordinary 19.2 average mpg with a 1,732-lb. payload and 25.1 mpg without. Adding PowerBoost’s 12,700 lbs. of max towing, is it blasphemy to finally turn our backs on diesel for true work applications?
January 4, 2021
Motorq’s connected car APIs enable fleet owners to identify the location and pre-delivery status of General Motors’ vehicles. The system uses OnStar technology for “surgical” enablement of data that can be stopped or started as needed.
November 18, 2020
This partnership, along with a factory solution from Telogis and GM’s Commercial Link,
allows GM fleet customers to select a telematics system similar to choosing vehicle options.
April 1, 2017
What can your Nissan "c-vam" do for you?
November 24, 2015
If your company’s fleet has grown, you may qualify for fleet status. If you do, the savings on work vehicles can be substantial.
January 31, 2013
This sales fleet used some do-it-yourself modifications on the Isuzu Reach to create the optimal operating environment for its drivers.
January 31, 2013
At its second annual new model preview, the automaker said fleet will play an important role in its growth in North America and provided attendees a chance to see and drive its latest products.
September 4, 2012
General Motors gathered its fleet friends and family together in Palm Springs earlier this year to show off its product and give a glimpse into the future.
July 6, 2011
In July 2009, General Motors was reborn with four core brands and an eye toward the future. GM’s executive director, Fleet & Commerical Operations, Brian Small, discusses how a leaner — and greener — GM plans to meet the needs of commercial buyers in the years to come.
December 28, 2010
Head curtain side airbags and enhanced technology glass (ETG) are standard on passenger vans. ETG is a special three-layer glass designed to reduce the risk of ejection during a crash.
January 1, 2008