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.

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"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.





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.





Corvette Stingray | Sneak Peek for Insiders | Faces of GM
On the evening of January 13, 2013, the C7 Corvette arrived with fanfare and enthusiasm. But hours before the world saw the next generation of the iconic Chevrolet sports car, employees who helped bring the car to life took part in a special preview.





North American Car of the Year | Cadillac ATS Team | Faces of GM
As the 2013 North American International Auto Show opened in Detroit, the Cadillac ATS picked up its latest -- and most prestigious -- award. A jury of 49 automotive journalists named the ATS luxury sport sedan the North American Car of the Year. A team of hundreds of GM employees were behind the development of this all-new car and some of the team members shared their thoughts on why the ATS is special.




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