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GM Takes Another Step Toward Going Back to the Moon

GM Takes Another Step Toward Going Back to the Moon

General Motors is headed back to the moon — maybe. It is providing Ultium batteries as well as some experience with chassis and suspension development for the next-generation lunar terrain vehicle that just got the green light from NASA. Find out more about the project and GM’s role in it at Headlight.News.

GM CFO Jacobson Puts Brakes on Hybrid Hysteria

GM CFO Jacobson Puts Brakes on Hybrid Hysteria

In recent days, several automotive executives have discussed scaling back their EV and battery production plans and started talking up the advantages of hybrids. Much of this was tied to thoughts that company’s overestimated the demand for electric vehicles, especially in light of the flattening of sales in recent months. GM CFO Paul Jacobson pumped the brakes on that notion. Get details at Headlight.News.

Cruise CEO Vogt Issues Apology, Resigns in Wake of Near-Fatal Crash

Cruise CEO Vogt Issues Apology, Resigns in Wake of Near-Fatal Crash

Kyle Vogt is out as CEO of Cruise, GM’s robocab subsidiary. The move comes barely two months after a near fatal crash that many blame on a culture that downplays risk. Vogt took responsibility for the company’s current mess before tendering his resignation. Headlight.News looks at Cruise’s troubles and where it goes next.