2015 Chevrolet Camaro - Columbus, MS

General Motors’ operations will soon be greener than ever, as the automaker continues to lead the pack when it comes to renewable energy solutions. GM recently finalized plans to connect to a pair of new wind farms in Ohio and Illinois. According to The News Wheel, these two farms will power the plants where the Chevrolet Cruze, Chevrolet Silverado, and GMC Sierra are built. They are projected to generate 20 percent of the total electricity used by GM. The new wind farms will power several GM facilities in Indiana and Ohio, including the Fort Wayne Assembly, Lordstown Assembly, Marion Metal Center, Parma Metal Center, Defiance Casting Operations, Bedford Casting, and Read More →

Arlington Assembly Center

Congratulations to the General Motors Arlington Assembly Center! In the midst of recognizing its 60th year of operations, the plant recently produced its 10 millionth vehicle, a black 2015 Chevy Suburban. We at Carl Hogan Automotive are still having a hard time comprehending 10 million vehicles. What a testament that number is to the hard work of the plant’s employees and the quality of Chevrolet’s products. This year also happens to be the Chevy Suburban’s 80th anniversary. These certainly are exciting times with numerous reasons to celebrate. Dave Holt, one of the employees on the general assembly line who has worked for the plant for 50 years, has been present Read More →

GM climate disclosure

GM has proven in a really big way that it is a highly principled company. GM was recently rated according to its actions on climate change disclosure, and the results show that GM has made transparency and concern for environmental impact is a top priority. GM Authority reports that the GM climate disclosure earned perfect scores according to CDP, “the world’s only global environmental disclosure system.”  In the 2014 S&P 500 Climate Change Report, the CDP recognized GM as being one of the biggest corporations sensitive to climate change. Comments by GM CEO Mary Barra only served to reiterate GM’s role as a leader in climate issues.  She stated, “Our Read More →