IRVING – Joe Fetzer is no Jerry Jones, but the Cadillac executive stood on the 50-yard line at Texas Stadium yesterday hoping that the Dallas Cowboys’ recent success might rub off on the all-new 1993 Fleetwood.
NEW YORK – General Motors’ Cadillac division introduced its new Brougham at the New York International Auto Show yesterday. The Arlington-built car is a longer, more powerful luxury sedan than the 1992 model.
WILLOW RUN, Mich. – Auto industry experts and General Motors sources say the company may have to choose between plants in Willow Run, Mich. and Arlington, TX as it scales down its excess car-making capacity.
DETROIT – If it works, analysts predict it will have an electrifying impact on the domestic auto industry. They say GM’s plan to produce and sell an electric car is a much-needed spark for Detroit’s technological image.
While Ford, Chevrolet and GMC once ruled the road in full-size trucks, analysts say new entries from Dodge and Toyota will fuel competition for them and maybe even force other companies to enter the battle.
DETROIT — General Motors’ Texas assembly plant has given birth to the next generation of a car that since the 1950s has symbolized prestige, wealth and power to America’s oldest generation of car buyers.
DETROIT – With sales of its Chevrolet Caprice slumping, General Motors Corp. has introduced a full-size, rear- wheel-drive “concept” car that could be offered as a replacement for the Texas-made sedan as soon as 1995.