How GM Lost -- And Found -- The Path To Innovation
Since 1912, when Charles Kettering invented the electric self-starter to replace the hand crank on automobiles, General Motors has been a leader in automotive innovation.
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#1 Jan 14, 2013
Insider information has it, GM engineering are in the process of examining a 1979 vintage Chrysler Cordoba for its innovative features that GM will integrate into their next generation Volt.
#2 Jan 26, 2013
Really grown up there dude.
#3 Jan 29, 2013
Garbage Motors, I mean Govt Motors and innovation are two totally different worlds. Gm will go bankrupt soon.
#4 Feb 1, 2013
Gubamint Motors needs to re-introduce the Chevrolet Citation with a Volt drive train.
#5 Feb 1, 2013
#6 Feb 3, 2013
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