General Motors has transformed its trimming department in Warren, Michigan, into a production team for medical gowns to help protect health care workers battling coronavirus. … [Read more...] about GM’s Trimmers are Sewing Medical Gowns for Hospitals
Once upon a time, when vinyl tops were relatively new to the auto industry, General Motors took out a double-page ad for its new Chevrolet Caprice Custom Coupe. … [Read more...] about Remember When Vinyl Tops Were Cool?
General Motors has issued a recall for nearly 54,000 Cadillac CTS sedans equipped with seat heaters that the automaker says could set the vehicle's interior on fire. … [Read more...] about GM Recalls CTS Over Flaming Seat Heaters
Tired of seeing luxury cars trimmed in faux leather? Blame DuPont. According to Atlas Obscura, an online travel and history magazine, the chemical giant is largely responsible for introducing fake hides to the auto industry. … [Read more...] about DuPont and the Rise of Faux Leather
Most automakers agree that the most difficult element of a vehicle to design, engineer and build is its interior. Success is only achieved if it's functional, practical, safe, high-tech, attractive and comfortable for every passenger. What's more, automakers face the added challenge of forecasting drivers' preferences long in advance, as it can take years for an interior to go … [Read more...] about How GMC and Buick Design Car Interiors