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- GM trumpets alternative fuels, advanced technology. // Ward's Auto World;Feb97, Vol. 33 Issue 2, p9
Reports that General Motors Corp. will use the 1997 North American International Auto Show as a forum to promote its alternative fuel and advanced technology work. Propulsion systems; Direct-injection diesel engine in 1997 Opel Sintra minivan.
- Denver gets a peek at GM's product line. // Automotive News;8/3/1998, Vol. 72 Issue 5778, p30
Reports that General Motors Corp. displayed its automobile product line in Denver, Colorado during a ride-and-drive party. Postponement of the company's Auto Show in Motion; Reasons for the postponement; Comments from Ron Zarrella, group vice president of North American sales, service and marketing.
- GM rolls out concept cars. // Grand Rapids Business Journal;01/11/99, Vol. 17 Issue 2, p7
Reports that General Motors Corp. has introduced a number of concept vehicles at the 1999 North American International Auto Show. Includes Pontiac Aztek; Buick Cielo; Oldsmobile Recon.
- Eyes on a military vehicle. // AutoWeek;5/06/96, Vol. 46 Issue 19, p26
States that the Eyes on Classic Design will focus exclusively on automotive design and will feature a truck for 1996. Jeep to be honored; Designer of the Jeep, General Motors Styling, which was founded by Harley Earl; Annual showing of the Eyes on Classic Design; Contact points.
- Motorama marvel unearthed at Utah. Carling, Duane // AutoWeek;11/7/94, Vol. 44 Issue 45, p22
Features General Motors' Motorama, a display of Chevrolet cars in Logan, Utah. Display as a masterpiece of cutaway art; Cutting of each assembly open to show its function; Use of cutaway engines for instructional purposes at the Utah State University.
- GM opens big-ticket road show. Washington, Frank S. // Automotive News;9/28/1998, Vol. 73 Issue 5786, p31
Reports that a road show called Auto Show in Motion will be introduced by General Motors Corp., in an effort to regain the market share which it lost during the United Auto Workers strikes during summer, 1998. Strategy used by GM to regain customers; Details on the road show; Comments from Phil...
- Bumf steer. // Bulletin with Newsweek;1/28/2003, Vol. 120 Issue 6357, p16
Highlights North American International Auto Show organized by U.S.-based General Motors Corp. Models of cars displayed in the show; Theme of the show; Participating companies in the show.
- Bus was built for GM Parade of Progress show. // South Texas Automotive Report;Mar2012, Vol. 14 Issue 6, p6
An image of a bus engineered and constructed by General Motors Co. (GMC) for the GM Parade of Progress road show in 1936 is presented.
- Gigantic auto show display brings GM brands together. Carney, Susan // Automotive News;11/01/99, Vol. 74 Issue 5846, p6
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