GM’s new RWD PHEV system for Cadillac CT6 designed for fun-to-drive high performance as well as efficiency; Volt on steroids

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With bar winding construction, GM can pack in more copper, with about half of the DC resistance of the stator. Rahman, Peter Savagian, Robert Dawsey (2016) “Electric Traction Motors for Cadillac CT6 Plugin Hybrid-Electric Vehicle” SAE 2016-01-1220.

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GM’s Maven car-sharing reaches 1M miles driven in <4 months; Boston, Chicago, and DC joining lineup

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and is adding Boston, Chicago and Washington, D.C. When Maven City members reserve their choice of available Chevrolet, Cadillac and Buick vehicles, they have the option of having the vehicle hand-delivered to them. As previously announced, Express Drive will expand to additional markets including Boston, Baltimore and DC by the end of the year. In Washington, DC, Maven+ car sharing will be available to residents of.

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CMU demo’ing Autonomous SRX in Washington this week

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Researchers from Carnegie Mellon University (CMU) this week will demonstrate the CMU advanced Autonomous Cadillac SRX in Washington, DC. In the case of the Washington, DC, demonstration, an engineer will be on hand to take the wheel if required.).

GM’s Brownstown Battery Assembly expands; building new battery system for 2015 Chevrolet Spark EV

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The Spark EV battery is built on a dedicated production line at Brownstown, which also manufactures complete battery packs for the Chevrolet Volt, Opel Ampera and Cadillac ELR. The 2015 Spark EV features technology including Siri Eyes Free, 4G LTE and DC Fast Charging.

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Lotus and Harmon partner up to add sound to hybrids

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Breaking News Feed Chryslers first EV will be the Dodge Circuit Vectrix in trouble, may be for sale REPORT: Toyota claims 40,000 pre-orders for new Prius Cadillac Converj reportedly approved for production *UPDATED New York 2009: Mitsubishi confirms i-MiEV will come to U.S.

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