Dallas, Texas 01/02/2014 (FINANCIALSTRENDS) – General Motors Company (NYSE:GM), Detroit, has been given a copyright (8,620,360) formulated by Sethu K. Madhavan, Canton, Mich., and Ki Hak Yi, Windsor, Canada, for “outgoing binary SMS messaging for automobile communiqué with a call center.”
The said copyright application got registered on Aug. 14, 2009 (12/541,601).
GM: 98 Camaro Engine in used state appended to performance record
General Motors Company (NYSE:GM) refurbished the Camaro engine in the year 1998 in United States., and motors for such vehicle stay in demand in used form. Engine substitutions for Camaro vehicles are now available at the Got Engines Company on the web.
This firm has augmented its performance stock in 2013 and is currently selling used 98 Camaro engine stock at http://www.gotengines.com/chevrolet/rebuilt-chevy-engines.html.
The Got Engines firm amplified its performance engines supply in the last year and is likely to carry on this practice in the course of 2014.
“The LS1 engines are continuously in demand on the 2nd hand market because of the elevated cost of purchase for a novel condition component straight from a Corvette franchise,” added a source.
Company to recall 1.5 million cars in the Chinese zone
The auto giant and its Chinese associate will recall over 1.46 million Buick as well as Chevrolet vehicles owing to faulty fuel-pump brackets, China’s quality watchdog stated, in one of the major recalls yet in the globe’s biggest automobile zone.
Market experts stated that the quality matter hasn’t resulted in any known human deaths and would be comparatively simple to repair. Still, the recall is an unwanted hit to the U.S. automobile manufacturer, which has slid behind competitor Volkswagen AG as China’s number one brand.
A GM spokesperson in China added that the recall consisted of a bracket on the car’s fuel pump.
As per dealer approximations, interchanging fuel-pump brackets will be around 500 yuan (approximately $80) and 600 yuan.