General Motors hiring for Bowling Green Assembly Plant for Corvette production


The C7 2014 Corvette production has General Motors looking for 170 temporary employees at the Bowling Green Assembly Plant.

The job will last anywhere from 4 to 18 months, the Bowling Green Daily News said.

Workers will be paid $15.50 an hour and work 40 hours a week, though they need to be available to work overtime.

Applicants will be tested on their skills and can expect to be drug tested.

Plant Manager Dave Tatman said in the story that production of the 2014 model is expected to begin around mid-2013 and should arrive at dealerships in the third quarter.

Photo credit: Bowling Green Daily News


Spy shots of 2014 Jeep Grand Cherokee revealed!

Normally when we see spy shots of a vehicle, the vehicle is camo’d and covered really well. But it looks like representatives from Chrysler couldn’t wait to show off the 2014 Jeep Grand Cherokee, so it’s not heavily masked.

According to, the Grand Cherokee will come with new headlights with LED-running lamps up front with subtle tweaks to the taillamps and re-designed tailgate in the back.

The site also noted that the biggest changes lie under the hood with the addition of a 3.0-liter diesel V6, and the Grand Cherokee will also get a new ZF-sourced eight-speed automatic transmission.

The 2014 Jeep Grand Cherokee will make its official debut at the Detroit Auto Show in January, and production is estimated to start in the spring of 2013, reported.

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Chevy teases 2014 C7 Corvette with ‘Conception’ video

Chevy has taken their sweet time teasing everything they can that leads up to the reveal of the 2014 C7 Corvette. For the most part, auto enthusiasts have only been able to go by hypothetical renderings of Chevy’s future sports car.

The video below is the first that was revealed on Corvette Team member Kirk Bennion says in the video that performance cars are definitely all about form follows function, but beautiful form follows performance-driven function.

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