Southern California Students Learn about American Autos at the LA Auto Show | Faces of GM
A high school class project turned into a learning experience for GM as well as the students. Instructor Kelly Brinker grew up in a GM family and arranged for her photography class to attend the Los Angeles Auto Show. Check out the video to see feedback from the student visitors that offered GM insight into what the next generation thinks of current vehicles.
"Detroit Education" in Southern California | Kelly Brinker | Faces of GM
Kelly Brinker grew up in a GM family in southeast Michigan and went to
college in southern California. She had to make one big adjustment. "I was
shocked about how you just looked around and you didn't see any American
cars," she said. So when she became a photography instructor out there, she
started giving her students "the Detroit education." Check out the video to
see what she is teaching them.
Delivering Apps to Your Car: Dan Kinney - Faces of GM
Dan Kinney is a self-described "west coast guy" who moved to the Detroit
area to take on the challenge of making your car more capable and more
personal to you. Check out the video to see what GM is doing to get more
people to develop new apps for your vehicle, and how that quest led Dan to
the Consumer Electronic Show (CES) in Las Vegas where MyLink won CNET's
"Best of CES" in the Car Tech category.
General Motors Around the World - Late 1920's Documentary - Ella73TV
This documentary was produced in 1927 and show how General Motors, one of
the first multinational corporations, organized itself to sell to the world
under the leadership of Alfred R. Sloan. The film shows General Motors
workers in offices and factories, and scenes of General Motors activity in
Japan, Sweden, Australia, Egypt, Belgium, Peru, Spain, Brazil and other
Ella73TV - https://www.youtube.com/user/Ella73TV2 - A curated collection of
old films, newsreels & archive footage spanning the 20th century.
The Evolution of the 2014 Camaro Exterior: Mark Dickens - Faces of GM
Chevrolet introduced the 2014 Camaro at the New York Auto Show.
It is more beautiful than ever, but Program Engineering Manager Mark
Dickens says, "It's not just eye candy. It actually performs." Check out
the video to discover why Dickens says the styling enhancements were made
with performance in mind.
Cadillac Delivering Dramatic Design: Tim Kozub - Faces of GM
Cadillac Exterior Design Manager, Tim Kozub says he "gets paid to draw
pictures of cars." His latest drawing paid off in a big way. The 2014
Cadillac ELR won the Eyes on Design honor as Best Production Vehicle at the
2013 North American International Auto Show. Check out the video to
discover some of Tim's favorite elements in this luxury coupe featuring
industry-leading Extended Range Electric Vehicle technology.
Apple's Siri and Chevrolet MyLink | Sara LeBlanc | Faces of GM
The standard Chevy MyLink infotainment system in the Chevrolet Spark and
Sonic is bringing the Siri intelligent assistant into those cars this year.
MyLink radio global program manager Sara LeBlanc shows us how Siri on your
iPhone can be your hands-free, eyes-free assistant on the road.
Faces of GM - Gordon and Angela White
Gordon and Angela White love truck campers and when it came time to replace
their old pickup and get a new camper, these people behind
TruckCamperMagazine.com did a lot of analysis before putting their money
down. Check out what they selected and how the package came together.
Faces of GM - Scott Herman
Before his 16th birthday Scott Herman got a "piece of junk" 1984 Camaro and he worked with his dad
to turn it into the "hottest car in the high school parking lot." Ten years
later his dream of owning a new Camaro became a reality. This
fitness guru is an enthusiastic fan of the athletic sports car from
Chevrolet and when he got a chance to attend the North American
International Auto Show he was like a kid in a candy store. Check out the
video and the article and let Scott pump you up about the Camaro.
Five Goals for the Corvette C7 Stingray: Kirk Bennion - Faces of GM
Corvette Exterior Design Manager Kirk Bennion says the team had five goals
when they began work on the 2014 Corvette Stingray. He says working on
developing a Corvette is a "special deal ... and we work on it as much as
we can and as hard as we can." Delve more into Kirk's passion by checking
out the video.
See more stories about the people, technology, and passion of General
Motors vehicles at http://www.facesofgm.com
Building the Power for the New Corvette | Darryl Johnson | Faces of GM
On January 13, 2013 the next generation of the Chevrolet Corvette will be
unveiled to the world. It will be powered by the new, LT1 6.2L small block
engine and will be built by Darryl Johnson and the workers at the Tonawanda
(NY) Engine Plant. Check out the video to discover how a $425 million
investment with over 700 new or retained jobs is spreading excitement
through the plant.
The Next Generation of GM Trucks | Jeff Luke | Faces of GM
Jeff Luke got his first pickup truck when he was a teenager and says, "I
just love them." As Executive Chief Engineer for GM full-size trucks Jeff
is now launching the next generation which promise to be the most refined
and best engineered full-size pickups in the market.
Faces of GM - Million Mile Truck
Hugh and Tammy Pennington have put more than 1 million miles on their
Chevrolet Silverado 3500 HD in less than six years. Hugh says it's "still
smooth running and comfortable to ride in." Watch the video to find how
they've reached a million miles.
GM CEO Mary Barra takes the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge
Challenged by HP CEO Meg Whitman, Opel CEO Karl-Thomas Neumann, and a
number of people on Twitter, Mary Barra does the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge.
Barra has also made donations to the ALS Association and CharityWater.org.
How To Recover A Dashboard
TheCousinDan shows you how to recover a dashboard with new vinyl. Restore
old cars and trucks with this handy skill!