What will the 2020s hold
Cars.com release a list of their predictions for the trends that will most impact car buyers and sellers in the next decade. The predictions cover five different core areas with input from an automotive expert that has been in the industry for 25 years. The topics they cover are the eCommerce race, affordability crisis, cars as our command central, electric and autonomous vehicles, and car buying in an election year.
GM is investing $1.5 billion to produce the new Chevrolet Colorado and other GMC Canyon midsize pickups in the United States. Part of that money will be put into its Missouri truck plant. The plant in Missouri is one of GM’s U.S. assembly plants that operate on three, around-the-clock shifts. The production of midsized trucks is important to keep up with competitors like Ford and Fiat Chrysler.
Top 5 Trends That Will Shape the Next Decade in Automotive
As we enter a new decade, Cars.comTM (NYSE: CARS) today revealed its top predictions for the trends that will most impact car shoppers and sellers.
Increasing consumer expectations, connected technology, rising loan prices, a pivotal presidential election, and an infatuation with electric and autonomous vehicles will shape automotive and result in a markedly different experience for consumers. Read more
Summary: Cars.com released their list of predictions for car trends in the next decade. The list covers five core topics that are prevalent in the automotive industry.
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GM is investing $1.5 billion to build redesigned midsize pickups
General Motors on Friday confirmed it will invest $1.5 billion to produce its next-generation Chevrolet Colorado and GMC Canyon midsize pickups.
GM is putting $1 billion of that into its Wentzville truck plant in Missouri for upgrades and $500 million to retool its suppliers’ factories, according to GM. Learn more
Summary: GM is investing $1.5 billion to produce the new Chevrolet Colorado and other GMC Canyon midsize pickups in the United States. Part of that money will be put into its Missouri truck plant.