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.

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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.

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.

500 Million Thanks from General Motors in China
Globally, more than 500 million General Motors-branded vehicles have been built – the most of any automaker by far – and the company is putting its customers at the center of the accomplishment. A half-billion vehicles over 106 years equals billions in commerce, payroll, investments and infrastructure in communities all over the world. For customers, these vehicles played roles in weddings, family vacations, graduations, new businesses and countless milestones along life’s journey. Here is a story from China.

Bird's Eye View of Rooftop Solar Arrays at GM Baltimore Operations
The Chevrolet Spark EV’s electric motor and drive unit are being manufactured in Maryland under a rooftop solar array in a newly LEED-certified building. The General Motors Baltimore Operations complex added 580 kilowatts of solar to the roof of its e-Motor building, which earned LEED Silver certification from the U.S. Green Building Council. Together with a 1.23-megawatt solar array on its grounds, 6 percent of the facility’s electricity comes from renewable sources. Maryland-based Empower Energies installed the solar system.