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‘Insider’ Claims To Have Details On C8 Corvette Manta Ray

GM Authority News - Wed, 12/05/2018 - 9:32am

An individual took to the Corvette Forum to share his rumored inside knowledge.

2019 Chevrolet Malibu Front End Design: Feature Spotlight

GM Authority News - Wed, 12/05/2018 - 9:19am

Notice how the grille extends into the headlights.

The New Dark Copper Metallic Color For The 2019 Chevrolet Trax: First Look

GM Authority News - Wed, 12/05/2018 - 9:16am

It's one of three new hues for the 2019 Chevrolet Trax.

Former Holden Elizabeth Plant Removes Signage

GM Authority News - Wed, 12/05/2018 - 9:03am

The Holden lion and other signage have been removed from the facility.

General Motors And The Death Of The American Sedan

GM Authority News - Wed, 12/05/2018 - 8:06am

Japanese cars haven’t seen a sales decline like their American counterparts.

2019 Chevrolet Colorado ZR2 Bison First Drive: Spirit Animal

Motortrend Magazine News - Wed, 12/05/2018 - 8:00am

Have you ever seen a bison run? It’s not a graceful gallop like a horse, more skipping like a goat. It’s appropriate, then, that American Expedition Vehicles, development partner in the 2019 Chevrolet Colorado ZR2 Bison, has one as their mascot, because this things skips over rocks like a billy goat.

I imagine most readers won’t be familiar with how bison run. I myself am, only because one charged my car once. I don’t know if it was personal or if bison just don’t care for Volkswagens, but he gave up after a short chase. The ZR2 Bison, unlike its namesake, doesn’t give up so easily.

If you’re into trucks, you’re likely familiar with the standard Colorado ZR2. It makes the already solid Colorado 4X4 an incredibly capable off-road truck with locking front and rear differentials, beefy tires, underbody protection, hacked-off bumper ends (for clearance), and Multimatic DSSV shock absorbers. A jack of all terrains, it’s equally happy running fast in the desert and crawling slow in the muck. Still, not all terrains and trails are equal, and certain types of off-roading require specialty equipment. Enter AEV.

Known for selling factory-quality aftermarket truck and SUV parts for hardcore off-roaders (not to mention complete vehicles), AEV specializes in overlanding, a subset of off-roading for those who prefer to travel long distances off-road and camp along the way, completely self-sufficient. If you’re not planning on returning to civilization at the end of the day or weekend, and you’re thinking about traveling alone, you need the right equipment.

For the ZR2 Bison, that means new bumpers with tubular steel protection for the corners of the truck. The front bumper gets a winch mount and the rear gets recovery points. The ZR2’s rock sliders remain to protect the rocker panels, but the Bison gets additional Boron steel skidplates under the truck to protect all the critical bits. The looks are updated with AEV 17-inch aluminum wheels in 31-inch Goodyear Wrangler DuraTrac tires, a new Silverado-inspired black grille with punched-out “Chevrolet” lettering, and AEV Bison badges. A snorkel is optional, and Chevy says it’s adjusted the DSSV shocks for rock crawling.

From the upgrade list, you can tell the ZR2 Bison is about getting into (and out of) places other trucks don’t go. Your standard 4X4 pickup isn’t much good at unmaintained trails, deep water crossings, or rock crawling, and specialized trucks like the Ford F-150 Raptor and Ram 2500 Power Wagon are way too big for the real backwoods stuff. The ZR2 Bison happily goes places normally reserved for Jeep Wranglers and custom-built off-roaders while providing you a bed you can fill with gear, attach racks to, and set up a tent on.

As I’ve alluded to, this is no mall-crawling brodozer. To prove it, Chevy took us out into the Sonora Desert east of Phoenix and let us bang their $48,045 truck (to start for an extended cab V-6, $49,645 for the four-door Crew Cab V-6) off all the rocks we could find. This was no bunny slope, either. The rock garden Chevy turned us loose on required spotters on every element just to limit the damage to the parts meant for it.

And damage we did. The rock sliders below the doors got the biggest workout, followed by the underbody protection. Most of it doesn’t show, and even the dings you can see didn’t look that bad, a testament to the strength of the guards. No matter how strong the skidplates are, you never quite get comfortable with the noise they make when you drag them over rocks. Not faring nearly as well was the massive exhaust tip on the diesel models, which was smashed into the shape of a peapod on every diesel truck. If you’re doing this at home, you’re just gonna want to cut that thing off. The gasoline models, with their shorter, smaller-diameter exhaust pipes, were fine.

In most cases, the grip from the Goodyears and the torque-multiplication provided in low range was enough to get the Bison through, but the locking rear differential was more than a little helpful. It was a rare obstacle and a bad driving line that necessitated the use of the front locker, but when it did, the truck went through, no winching required.

Don’t think its newfound strengths have left compromises in their wake, however. Skidplates thoroughly bashed, we disabled the lockers, popped the Bison back up into four-high, and bounded out the trail and dirt access road no differently than we would’ve in a standard ZR2. Back on the highway, any extra weight from the protection or changes in tuning were invisible. The noise of the off-road tires was the only indication of the truck’s specialty.

The back-to-back trail and highway driving put into perspective the biggest decision you’ll have to make when buying a Colorado of any kind: gas or diesel. In general, we’re fans of the diesel’s low-end torque, on-road and off. With the Bison’s penchant for rock crawling, it’s a no-brainer. The gasoline V-6 has always been a bit soggy on the bottom end, making all its power up high in the revs, and that’s not what you want off-road. On the other hand, the diesel is quite a bit slower getting up to freeway speeds, and it costs an extra $3,730. It does get significantly better fuel economy, which is something to consider if you’re going to spend a lot of time away from a gas station. Chevrolet would do well to consider offering its new 2.7-liter turbocharged gasoline four-cylinder, which combines the diesel’s bottom end with the V-6’s speed.

The Chevrolet Colorado ZR2 Bison isn’t a better ZR2; it’s a different ZR2. It does all the things a ZR2 can, but it also specializes in getting out of the worst situations you can put it in. What’s more, it offers you an excellent platform to build the off-roader of your dreams. At nearly $50,000 to start it’s no Craigslist special, but if you’re planning to base your off-road build on a new truck rather than a used one, you’re going to dump some serious money into it regardless. Why not start with the best?

2019 Chevrolet Colorado ZR2 Bison BASE PRICE $48,045-$49,545 VEHICLE LAYOUT Front-engine, 4WD, 5-pass, 4-door truck ENGINES 3.6L/308-hp/275-lb-ft DOHC 24-valve V-6; 2.8L/186-hp/369-lb-ft turbodiesel DOHC 16-valve I-4 TRANSMISSIONS 8-speed automatic; 6-speed automatic CURB WEIGHT 4,800-5,000 lb (mfr) WHEELBASE 128.3 in LENGTH X WIDTH X HEIGHT 212.4 x 76.7 x 72.2 in 0-60 MPH 7.1-9.7 sec EPA CITY/HWY/COMB FUEL ECON 16-18/18-22/17-19 mpg ENERGY CONSUMPTION, CITY/HWY 134-211/109-187 kW-hrs/100 miles CO2 EMISSIONS, COMB 1.13-1.15 lb/mile ON SALE IN U.S. January 2019

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2019 Chevrolet Colorado ZR2 Bison: First Drive

GM Authority News - Wed, 12/05/2018 - 8:00am

Get in. Go anywhere. While there's still time.

2018 Dodge Durango 4 R/T Long-Term Verdict

Motortrend Magazine News - Wed, 12/05/2018 - 4:00am

Whether carrying seven people, hauling an entire Ikea kitchen, or towing a boat, our Hemi Durango never strained or stumbled.

It’s like the end of summer camp. We’ve said our tearful toodle-oos, we’re relishing fond memories of fun times, and we’re dogged by that resigned feeling that life must now go back to normal—no more growling V-8 acceleration, no more yanking ski boats and tailgate-trailers around like they were Radio Flyer wagons, and no more intimidating left-lane dawdlers with that menacing SRT mug. The party’s over.

The party actually lasted 388 days and 18,525 miles, with the only metaphorical turds in our proverbial punchbowl being a fogged right rear taillight lens and a seatbelt buckle that refused to release a dog tether. Those warranty repairs were swiftly completed in November 2017 (along with an unsolicited software module update). Our only other hiccups were a couple of one-off electronic glitches. The first involved a remote-start event after which the truck temporarily refused to transition to fully started, and the other involved a strange crash of the Uconnect infotainment system, which we remedied by pulling and reinserting a fuse. There were no recalls, and the truck ended its year with us essentially free of squeaks and rattles, with its bordello-red leather showing little evidence of the hard work it endured.

Despite its sterling performance, our Dodge occasionally drove us to drinking—literally and figuratively. During our yearlong party, the Durango delivered us to five of the 14 distilleries along the official Kentucky Bourbon Trail plus three of the 13 stops on the Trail’s Craft Tour (fear not—quarter-ounce pours keep tasters legal and lucid). Figuratively, poor radio reception had us straining to hear through static on FM stations that most vehicles lock onto easily. The truck was also quick to panic—abruptly braking when reversing out of my garage on multiple occasions with nothing in the way and screaming “BRAKE!” when pulling out to pass behind a faster-moving car (most systems can deduce that a rapidly departing object poses no danger, no matter how close it is).

Of course, the Durango drove itself to drinking plenty, too, swilling gallons of midgrade unleaded at an average rate of 16.9 miles per. That average dipped as low as 14.4 mpg for the tank that included our performance testing, and ranged as high as 18.9 mpg during a 2,000-mile round-trip journey between Detroit and Vicksburg, Mississippi (incidentally, that trip’s average matched the 7,169-mile average our V-6-powered rear-drive Durango GT logged before it was stolen in May 2017). Virtually all miles were logged in Eco mode (the 5.7-liter’s default calibration seemed frisky enough to render Sport mode unnecessary), but most highway miles were at 80 mph. That’s why we never achieved the 22- or 25.1-mpg EPA or RealMPG highway estimates. At least our overall average topped the EPA and RealMPG city estimates (14 and 16.0 mpg)—impressive given that so many miles were logged doing dray-horse duty schlepping supplies to and from my summer-cabin project. That’s well below averages achieved by our Honda Pilot (21.7 mpg) and Mazda CX-9 (20.6 mpg). Even our 2015 Chevy Tahoe averaged 18.2 mpg over 36,685 miles, but it was a rear-drive model and actually weighed 88 pounds less than our Durango 4. It helps to think of the Durango as a narrower, easier-to-park Tahoe/Expedition rather than as a faster Pilot with better towing.

Easy flat-folding rear seats, four tie-down hooks, and a brilliantly conceived luggage rack with crossbars that store flush in the side rails make this a great workhorse. There’s even a handy underfloor bin in back for your ratchet straps and trailering paraphernalia and for the hitch cover when towing. On the downside, aggressive ratchet-strapping deformed some of our tie-down mounts and the tailgate needs an interior hook or handle to tie it down when loads protrude out the back (we refuse to employ the wiper for that purpose).

Having custom-ordered this Durango, we’re happy to report 100-percent satisfaction with our option choices. We never missed the $1,295 sunroof, and we learned to appreciate the Blacktop package when we discovered that gloss-black touchup paint makes curb-rash disappear. Even the nervous-nelly nannies in the $2,495 tech package are worth enduring to get the well-calibrated adaptive cruise control (which can be switched to standard cruise). Sure, our Tahoe trudged through the Michigan winter on snow tires without getting stuck, but given the often soupy springtime conditions of my cabin’s quarter-mile dirt driveway, we utilized the “4” in Durango 4.

Maintenance-wise we spent $77.90 for an oil/filter/inspections/tire rotation, which the oil-life monitor ordered just before 10,000 miles. The second stop was almost due when we returned the truck and would have cost $130 with a cabin-air filter, meaning that over similar mileage the cost of upkeep is on par with that of our Honda Pilot ($378.62 for 38,523 miles) and Mazda CX-9 ($316.25 over 28,978 miles). Chevy covers the first two stops, after which the Tahoe maintenance pricing aligns closely.

Our Durango proved itself to be plenty reliable, well built, competent, and capable—worthy attributes that can be cross-shopped extensively and found in thriftier vehicles. What hooked our heartstrings—and will prove trickier to find somewhere else—was its unabashedly American style and its Hemi V-8 swagger. That, we’re gonna miss.

Read more about our 2018 Dodge Durango R/T long-termer:

Our Car SERVICE LIFE 13 mo / 18,525 mi BASE PRICE $47,390 OPTIONS Technology package ($2,495: blind-spot, lane-departure, and forward-collision warning, adaptive cruise), class IV trailer hitch package ($995), Blacktop package ($695: black wheels and mirrors), cargo group ($395: roof rails with cross bars, cargo shade) PRICE AS TESTED $51,970 AVG ECON/CO2 16.9 mpg / 1.15 lb/mi PROBLEM AREAS Seatbelt buckle, fogged taillight MAINTENANCE COST $78 NORMAL-WEAR COST $0 3-YEAR RESIDUAL VALUE* $36,400 (70%) RECALLS None *IntelliChoice data; assumes 42,000 miles at the end of 3-years 2018 Dodge Durango 4 R/T POWERTRAIN/CHASSIS DRIVETRAIN LAYOUT Front-engine, 4WD ENGINE TYPE 90-deg V-8, iron block/alum heads VALVETRAIN OHV, 2 valves/cyl DISPLACEMENT 345.1 cu in/5,654 cc COMPRESSION RATIO 10.5:1 POWER (SAE NET) 360 hp @ 5,150 rpm* TORQUE (SAE NET) 390 lb-ft @ 4,250 rpm* REDLINE 5,800 rpm WEIGHT TO POWER 15.1 lb/hp TRANSMISSION 8-speed automatic AXLE/FINAL-DRIVE/LOW RATIO 3.09:1/2.07:1/2.72:1 SUSPENSION, FRONT; REAR Control arms, coil springs, anti-roll bar; multilink, coil springs, anti-roll bar STEERING RATIO 16.7:1 TURNS LOCK-TO-LOCK 3.2 BRAKES, F; R 13.8-in vented disc; 13.0-in vented disc, ABS WHEELS 8.0 x 20-in cast aluminum TIRES 265/50R20 107T M+S Bridgestone Ecopia H/L 422 Plus DIMENSIONS WHEELBASE 119.8 TRACK, F/R 63.9/64.1 in LENGTH x WIDTH x HEIGHT 201.2 x 75.8 x 69.8 in GROUND CLEARANCE 8.1 in APPRCH/DEPART ANGLE 16.3/21.5 deg TURNING CIRCLE 41.0 ft CURB WEIGHT 5,426 lb WEIGHT DIST, F/R 51/49% TOWING CAPACITY 7,200 lb SEATING CAPACITY 7 HEADROOM, F/M/R 39.9/39.8/37.8 in LEGROOM, F/M/R 40.3/38.6/31.5 in SHOULDER ROOM, F/R 58.5/50.4/50.4 in CARGO VOL BEH F/M/R 84.5/47.7/17.2 cu ft TEST DATA ACCELERATION TO MPH 0-30 2.2 sec 0-40 3.4 0-50 4.7 0-60 6.4 0-70 8.5 0-80 11.0 0-90 13.9 PASSING, 45-65 MPH 3.5 QUARTER MILE 14.9 sec @ 92.9 mph BRAKING, 60-0 MPH 124 ft LATERAL ACCELERATION 0.80 g (avg) MT FIGURE EIGHT 27.4 sec @ 0.64 g (avg) TOP-GEAR REVS @ 60 MPH 1,375 rpm CONSUMER INFO BASE PRICE $47,390 PRICE AS TESTED $51,970 STABILITY/TRACTION CONTROL Yes/Yes AIRBAGS 7: Dual front, front side, f/m/r curtain, driver knee BASIC WARRANTY 3 yrs/36,000 miles POWERTRAIN WARRANTY 5 yrs/60,000 miles ROADSIDE ASSISTANCE 5 yrs/60,000 miles FUEL CAPACITY 24.6 gal REAL MPG, CITY/HWY/COMB 16.0/25.1/19.1 mpg** EPA CITY/HWY/COMB ECON 14/22/17 mpg ENERGY CONS, CITY/HWY 241/153 kW-hrs/100 miles CO2 EMISSIONS, COMB 1.16 lb/mile RECOMMENDED FUEL Unleaded mid-grade *SAE Certified **Measured on a mechanically identical test vehicle in California

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Did an Insider Just Reveal GM’s Bold Plan for the C8 Corvette Manta Ray?

Corvette Blogger - Tue, 12/04/2018 - 9:05pm

Photo Credit: bdsvavars / MidEngineCorvetteForum.com

I’ve been a member of the Corvette Forum for over 15 years now and while I’m not a huge participant in forum conversations, I have learned a few things over the years about those that join the forum. There is something about a person’s first post that is noteworthy.

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Chevy Colorado Sales Increase 7% As Toyota Tacoma Gains 28% In Q3 2018

GM Authority News - Tue, 12/04/2018 - 7:41pm

The Taco almost sold twice as many units as the Colorado.

Genovation GXE Electric Corvette: Live Photo Gallery

GM Authority News - Tue, 12/04/2018 - 7:30pm

The somewhat mysterious Corvette EV makes a rare appearance at the 2018 LA Auto Show.

Volkswagen Says it May Use Ford Plants to Build Cars in the U.S.

Motortrend Magazine News - Tue, 12/04/2018 - 6:41pm

We already knew that Volkswagen is partnering with Ford on commercial vehicles. We also found out there’s a chance VW will make cars for Ford in Europe and Ford will make a Ranger-based pickup for VW. Now, the CEO of VW says his company may use Ford’s factories in the U.S. to build cars.

“We are building an alliance with Ford which will strengthen Ford’s position in Europe because we will share platforms,” VW CEO Herbert Diess told reporters in Washington, D.C. “We might use Ford capacity here in the U.S. to build cars for us.”

VW could also build a second car plant, Diess said. According to the CEO, the German automaker is in “quite advanced negotiations in Tennessee but there might be other options as well.”

Expect more news on the alliance in January. Whatever the automakers cook up, it will not involve VW taking an equity stake in Ford, Diess confirmed.

Diess made the comments after a meeting at the White House to talk about trade. There, President Donald Trump discussed “his vision of all automakers producing in the United States and creating a more friendly business environment,” according to White House spokeswoman Lindsay Walters. Also at the meeting was Daimler boss Dieter Zetsche as well as BMW Chief Financial Officer Nicolas Peter.

If Trump has his way, VW could suffer a 25-percent levy on imports from the EU. Trump’s efforts to balance trade would also affect BMW and Daimler, the biggest car exporters from the U.S. to China. Then there’s the recently signed replacement for NAFTA, called USMCA, which calls for more North American parts content if automakers want to avoid tariffs. The deal would also require more high-wage labor if it passes in Mexico, Canada, and the USA’s legislatures. Volkswagen has a plant in Puebla, Mexico, where it produces the Tiguan crossover, Jetta sedan, and (for now) Beetle hatchback for the U.S. and other markets.

Ford is keeping mum about the exact details of its alliance with VW. In a statement to MotorTrend, Ford said, “Our MOU [memorandum of understanding] with VW covers conversations about potential collaborations across a number of areas. It is premature to share additional details at this time.”

Source: Automotive News (Subscription required)

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Is This the Mid-Engine 2020 Chevrolet Corvette’s Key Fob?

Motortrend Magazine News - Tue, 12/04/2018 - 5:36pm

Technically, Chevrolet has yet to confirm that it’s working on a mid-engine Corvette, but it may as well just come out and admit it. We’ve seen prototypes testing at the Nurburgring, in the snow, and even at the McDonald’s drive-through. At this point, the question is when it will be revealed, not whether it exists. In fact, we’re pretty sure a recent FCC filing has even leaked photos of the key.

Huf Huelsbeck & Fuerst, a German automotive parts supplier, is the company behind the filing. In addition to tire pressure monitoring and telematics systems, it also specializes in manufacturing electronic locking systems for cars. Considering Huf has a history of working with General Motors and Chevrolet specifically, it’s entirely reasonable to believe the key shown here is the real deal. And the newly updated Corvette logo on the back confirms we’re looking at a Corvette key.

Assuming these photos really do show the next-generation Corvette’s key, they either reveal or confirm all sorts of little details. For example, the outline of the car shown on several of the buttons has clear mid-engine proportions. It also looks like the car will offer rear storage in addition to a front-trunk, as there would be no reason to be able to remotely open the rear of a mid-engine car otherwise.

The bottom button appears to be some sort of power-retractable roof, which would mean the Corvette will come as either a Targa-top or hardtop convertible. Finally, while there could still be a manual option, the remote-start button suggests this key goes to a car with either an automatic or dual-clutch transmission. The design also appears identical to a fob that leaked online last month wearing a Cadillac crest rather than the ‘Vette’s crossed flags. That could mean the rumored Cadillac version of the mid-engine Corvette is also happening.

If you read through the test report, a few more details emerge. Not only did Huf describe it as a “General Motors Keyfob,” it also listed it as a “GM MY20 B1 KEYFOB.” We can’t be certain, but to us, that looks a lot like confirmation that the mid-engine Corvette will be sold as a 2020 model. Assuming that’s correct, there’s a good chance Chevrolet will reveal the mid-engine Corvette relatively soon.

A Detroit auto show reveal would make the most sense, especially since it will be the last time the show takes place in January. But with a car this important, we wouldn’t put it past Chevrolet to do a standalone event. If that’s the case, who knows when we’ll officially see the mid-engine Corvette. Let’s just hope it’s sooner rather than later because the possibility of an 850-hp mid-engine Corvette has us feeling really impatient.

Source: FCC via Carscoops

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Get Double Tickets to Win the Vettes at the Corvette Dream Giveaway

Corvette Blogger - Tue, 12/04/2018 - 5:22pm

There is now less than a month before the 2018 Corvette Dream Giveaway comes to an end and another winner is announced. Now through the end of the year, a donation of $25 or more will double your amount of tickets! And that means double your chances to win the 1965 Lingenfelter Corvette Sting Ray Restomod and the 2018 Lingenfelter Corvette Grand Sport, plus $50,000 to pay the taxes!

Continue reading Get Double Tickets to Win the Vettes at the Corvette Dream Giveaway at Corvette: Sales, News & Lifestyle.

UAW Formally Challenges GM Proposed Plant Closures

GM Authority News - Tue, 12/04/2018 - 4:55pm

The UAW will "will leave no stone unturned" in its challenge.

Teen Driving Chevrolet Camaro Does Double The Speed Limit In Curfew Dash

GM Authority News - Tue, 12/04/2018 - 4:39pm

The Michigan State Police caught the driver doing 138 in a 70.

Government Plans To End EV Tax Credits

GM Authority News - Tue, 12/04/2018 - 4:09pm

GM has essentially maximized the 200,000 unit sales cap on the credits.

General Motors Salaried Layoffs Doesn’t Spare Contract Employees

GM Authority News - Tue, 12/04/2018 - 3:28pm

The automaker laid off a “very small number” of people.

Chevrolet Offering Employee Discount Pricing on 2018 Corvettes

Corvette Blogger - Tue, 12/04/2018 - 2:46pm

Photo Credit: Corvette / Facebook

With the start of the new month, Chevrolet is now promoting its “Employee Discount for Everyone” program, citing “The Chevy price you pay is what we pay. Not a cent more.”

Chevy’s website doesn’t show the Corvette is part of the Employee Discount program on the latest offers page, but does suggest checking with your dealers for offer details.

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1963 Corvette Restomod Headed for Barrett-Jackson Scottsdale

Corvette Blogger - Tue, 12/04/2018 - 1:54pm

Photo Credits: Barrett-Jackson

At least six 1963 Corvette split-window coupes will be on the block in January at the Barrett-Jackson Auction in Scottsdale, Ariz.

Not the least of which is this custom splitter magnificently done by Jeff Hayes and American Speed Shop.

This beauty came to our attention thanks to a post on the Gas Monkey Garage site, where crew member Johnathan points out that “custom” in the car world can sometimes be a little risky as “one man’s trash is another man’s treasure.” At the same time, he also believes that while custom done right may not always meet everyone’s taste requirements, all good work should be appreciated.

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