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Do You Have Questions for Rick Wagoner?


I'm chillin' out in the airport waiting for my flight to the Detroit Auto Show right now. Tomorrow, I'll be in group interview sessions with Rick Wagoner and cialis discount overnight Troy Clarke and I was just wondering if y'all have anything specific I'd like to ask those gentlemen.

I, of course, have my own ideas. But I'm not so conceeded to think that they're definitely better than your's.

So if you have any questions that you'd like to ask Rick (CEO, General Motors) or Troy (President of North American Operations for GM) leave them in the comments and I'll be as annoying and persistent as possible tryin to viagra fast delivery get them answered.

Looking forward to hearing what you have to say.

 

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written by Ed, January 10, 2009
I have the recommended site buying viagra online canada CASH to buy an all electric car,
What do you have for me?
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Why not partner with - rather than compe
written by Joel Kuipers, January 10, 2009
It seems to me there is no shortage of good, scaleable ideas for electric cars. Why not partner with them, rather than try to crush them or compete with them?
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Stock or Flogging?
written by Dave, January 10, 2009
Do you have grandchildren and what,if any,are GM's responsibilities to them.
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EV
written by J, January 10, 2009
so when are you going to viagra dose build an all electric vehicle for the average citizen? (around or under $20,000) until then i will keep my money.
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written by John, January 10, 2009
will you stay on the course to reduce truck and SUV sales and production despite the temporary low gas prices, and if not do you plan to phase down when gas prices go back up? and shouldn't you be reducing now and buying viagra getting small car production ramped up before gas prices go back up? oh and are you also developing a full electric like many other automakers (including ford and christler)
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Mechanical Engineer
written by JonnyUtaw, January 10, 2009
Wow. Where to start?
1. What do you think your great-grand children will say about you?
2. Do you have anything to say to ex-EV-1 owners?
3. When can the American public get a GM electric Vehicle.
4. The auto industry has been promising fuel cell vehicles for years now. Considering the enormous cost of suck a vehicle and the fueling infrastructure that would be needed to support these vehicles... How will you sell such a vehicle at a profit?
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Ass whooping from China / oversized ego
written by Willie, January 10, 2009
Two questions:
- BYD, Chery, Toyota other Chinese/Japanese automakers - with major state investment in upgrading smartgrid in CHina and cheap EVs coming out, and advances from Japanese as well, GM is going to get crushed in the emergin EV market. Agree/disagree?
- why do you and other GM execs continue to try it cheapest viagra online be such pompous given that you have driven your company into the levitra india abyss?
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Lightweighting?
written by Carl, January 10, 2009
What do they think of Amory Lovins' claim that vehicles made of carbon fiber could be made at comparable cost as steel but half the weight? (But requires a complete rebuild of www.tedxamsterdamed.nl a factory.) Wouldn't this be a great way to improve fuel economy, especially in trucks & SUVs?
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Ask them this
written by Nick, January 10, 2009
1. How will GM be able to gain consumers trust after losing billions due to not jumping on the environmental cars bandwagon MUCH earlier?
2. On a scale from 1 to 10 how much has GM done in order to become the leader in environmental cars?
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Why not produce the air car for us to bu
written by Greg Fox, January 10, 2009
Looks like GM could change the industry by producing and selling the new compressed air cars that are now going into production in India! Why not? And don't answer with comments like "it is unproven or not possible" With GM and it resourses behind it... we could truely kiss the Middle East oil goodbye!
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Affordable
written by shea, January 10, 2009
When is GM going to make a car, or any vehicle, that is within the canada cialis budget of the majority of Americans? I'll also add, that an affordable, car, that will be reliable. It doesn't matter how good your product is, if no one can afford it. Most cars cost as much or more than the average American yearly family income, How are you going to address this problem in order to increase market share and real viagra paypal return to profitibility.

PS, good job on hmv's, a good military vehicle,
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Overhead
written by Sara, January 10, 2009
How do you plan to reduce the excessive overhead and management costs of the company?
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written by Clinch, January 10, 2009
Hope I'm not too late, but

>Which is more of a priority for the cars you make, safety, or greenness?

>Which is more a priority for research, improving existing technology, to make it more efficient/greener, or looking into innovative new ideas and technology, that have a possibility of being greener (than existing technology)?

>What do you drive?
>What do you employees drive?
>Shouldn't you be driving the greenest cars you produce (leading by example and such)?
>(other questions depending on what they drive).

>Any chance of a free car? (start of cngnewengland.com jokingly, but judge by their response if you can actually get one).

>Petrol(/gas) or Diesel (or even BioDiesel)?
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cheap
written by shea, January 10, 2009
I would like to see GM make a vehicle that costs about 10k new, that would seat 4, and have an mpg of 30 to 40. Is that possible? If so, why not do it, sell more with a lower profit margin, which would mean big profits overall, and crush the competition.
Also, wondering, if the model T got 20 or more miles per gallon, why haven't we progressed in this area with all our technology? I know that Model T was Ford, but that is a general industry question.
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Opportunity
written by shea, January 10, 2009
GM is positioned to make an historic comeback. Is GM going to embrace this opportunity, or is it going to be squandered, with the buy low price cialis http://www.artstlouis.org/levitra-brand greed, and the pervasiveness of "it's not possible" attitude that has overtaken American culture?
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hydrogen
written by shea, January 10, 2009
I read that in a country in Europe, they are pioneering a new concept of hydrogen cars, and fueling infrastructure. Their model is based on refining the hydrogen from water,oil,gas,etc which would keep everyone in the money circle without drastically altering the economics all at once. Is GM doing any research and development in hydrogen? If not, why aren't you?
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Offshoring
written by shea, January 10, 2009
Were the effects of diversifying production, etc, in the past 10 to 15 years, of what some call offshoring, In hindsight, was this a good move or bad move for the profitability of GM?
What are GM plans in the future for this?
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written by Fsh, January 10, 2009
Ooooo I got one,
Given the current crisis with your company & the current trend towards electric vehicles, why dont you try to partner with Tesla Motors? You need the range of the Tesla battery packs for your proposed Volt & Tesla needs a couple of generic levitra shipping canada factories to ramp up their production of the Roadster & subsequent models down the line. Maybe u could run this by the only best offers viagra in uk Pres.-Elect & ALSO receive help in doing so!
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Capital
written by shea, January 10, 2009
Why not come up with some kind of new stock option or something, which is tied to research and development, and use the money from that to do huge amounts of researching and development quickly?
Of course, to get them to sell, you would need to already have some things in the works.
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written by Cat Laine, January 10, 2009
1. What is your 5 year plan for innovation as the Americans' interest in SUVs, your best-selling product category, begins to dwindle?

2. 2 major perceptions of your cars are that they are unreliable in the long-term and gas-guzzlers (compared to outperforming Japanese brands). What are the top 3 things that GM is doing to change this?

3. How does your old electric car design stack up against the current competition? Could you bring it back in its previous incarnation or would significant new R&D be necessary for it to stand up against available models from other companies?

4. Some of your models that sell in Japan and www.hasselaar.nl Europe are smaller and more fuel efficient. Could GM help itself significantly by bringing some of their more international successful designs to the US?
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written by Gregg, January 10, 2009
-- Why build the Volt when you could have simply taken the EV1, a proven and reliable ALL electric car, and sold it (or it's internals in an existing popular 4 door sedan) and saved the http://roguelephant.com/where-can-i-buy-real-cialis time and money (both of www.way2age.com which you by your own claims you have little left (pre bailout) of doing an all new car?
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PHEV roll-out
written by Kyle Cherrick, January 10, 2009
Will you commit to rolling the PHEV technology in the Volt out to all of GM's brands and global markets by 2015?

If not, when do you think you will be able to commit to this, wait to long and it will be impossible.
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Production Flexibility
written by Steve, January 10, 2009
I would love to know when GM will finally open their factories and research lines to fledgling car producers and look here best prices for levitra allow cutting edge design to be created instead of more repulsive eco-boxes. We want economy cars to be like Honda CRX-Si & Cadillacs to be like the big finned 1950's OTT machines, not the bland cr8p being released now. Will GM expand it's vision beyond different shades of the same? If not, can they shut down by June?
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A Question
written by Shawn, January 10, 2009
One of the biggest challenges GM and all other automakers face is fact that customers tastes and preferences in regard to fuel mileage change faster than their ability to plan their model lineups. I.e. It takes 3-5 years to plan a new model, but gas prices can move dramatically as we have seen in 2008. Would GM be in favor of federal regulations which would establish a base price for gas (say $4 through a federal gas tax which would phase in and out depending on world gas spot prices or based on a carbon tax?) This could both preserve the economic logic for moving to high gas mileage vehicles for climate reasons and properly influence consumer behavior while allowing the automakers to properly plan their models.
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Questions Eh?
written by Greg S., January 10, 2009
Ok, here is my list of questions.

1. What ways is GM lightening the weight of http://www.shoreacres.net/cialis-online-store its vehicles? What are some of the more promising technologies to lighten vehicles in the future?

2. With the new incoming administration, what kinds of government policies would you like to see ratified to remain competitive with foreign competition? For example, subsides for advanced technology batteries.

3. Why did GM choose to develop the Volt with an internal combustion engine generator, as opposed to a pure electric vehicle?

4. How is GM aiding the growth of alternative fuel infrastructures such as, ethanol, hydrogen and vehicle to grid.

5. What has GM done to make its day to day operations more energy efficient? What does GM plan to do in the future to make its operations more energy efficient?

6. What are some ways besides fuel economy that GM will make their vehicles more environmentally friendly?

By the way Hank, welcome to Detroit. We just got pounded with a bunch of snow (the perfect way to start the auto show).

I'll be at the show this Tuesday. Maybe I'll see you there.

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Yeah: my question
written by Susan Kraemer, January 10, 2009
Has he heard CalCars idea:

To encourage people to put $1,000 deposits on electric vehicles (and PHEVs) that congress would then gradually add up to $10,000 (and your money would be safe in escrow if they don't get the Volt out, you'd get your deposit back) to help them with getting the Volt out the where buy viagra door.

(Most of the deposits would go to it, obviously)
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Also the utilities that are interested i
written by Susan Kraemer, January 10, 2009
massive orders of EVs - not the Volt obviously
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written by Matt, January 11, 2009
Can we have our money back?
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I WANT MY BEV !!
written by Chris Taylor, January 11, 2009
We have the technology to build an over 100 mile ALL electric car for under $1300 TO the consumer.

ALL we need are the batteries.

Exactly why did GM sell the NIMH battery patent to Texaco/Chevron?

That's the only question I want answered.
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written by Chris Taylor, January 11, 2009
"-- Why build the Volt when you could have simply taken the EV1, a proven and reliable ALL electric car, and sold it (or it's internals in an existing popular 4 door sedan) and saved the time and money (both of which you by your own claims you have little left (pre bailout) of doing an all new car?"

I can answer that for you.

You see Gregg we at GM sold the NIMH battery patent to Texaco/Chevron to make sure NO ONE could build that car anytime soon. Not even us.

So we had to go with the ridiculously expensive lithium 40mile range volt solution.

OH and we purposely made the all electric range on the volt about the same as the typical LEAD ACID home built conversion range so people would not think EV's are all that great.

We are just biding our time until we can scam the people of earth on Hydrogen Fuel cells which are a FRACTION as efficient a FRACTION as green and VERY VERY expensive both to make and for you to refuel (ie that's the point)
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written by Chris Taylor, January 11, 2009
My goof that should say $13,000 NOT $1300
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written by Gregg, January 11, 2009
"You see Gregg we at GM sold the NIMH battery patent to Texaco/Chevron to make sure NO ONE could build that car anytime soon. Not even us.

So we had to go with the ridiculously expensive lithium 40mile range volt solution.

OH and we purposely made the all electric range on the volt about the same as the typical LEAD ACID home built conversion range so people would not think EV's are all that great.

We are just biding our time until we can scam the people of earth on Hydrogen Fuel cells which are a FRACTION as efficient a FRACTION as green and VERY VERY expensive both to make and for you to refuel (ie that's the point)"

You can produce the EV1 with Lithium batteries to give it the cialis paypal same range as the technology they sold. So while their selling of viagra tablets that patent to a company which has reasons to not use it was a bad CONSUMER choice, it's not a reason to take an existing car and viagra shop it's research and utilize it to expedite the delivery timeline on an all electric car.

RE: 40 mile range. Difference is the Lead Acid home brew version will cost you about 30K less than the VOLT to complete.

RE Hydrogen - Those who have researched and read on this know it's a dead tech ... but people like the idea of a new "gas" to put in their cars.
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written by Eth, January 11, 2009
With the NIMH battery, you could have released affordable, efficient cars that might have revolutionized the industry and made America the leader of clean car technology. Why did you sell the battery to Texaco, an oil compnay?
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written by Curious, January 14, 2009
Why have you agreed to supply the engine for the Fisker Karma when they may compete with you (Cadillac) in the future? Are you planning to licence Fisker Automotive's technology?

How will GM spend money from the DOE ATVM loans?

Ask about LG vs. A123, domestic concerns.
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written by Stu, March 16, 2009
Here's 2 questions...

1. When are you going to build a bigger HUMMER with an engine that has more balls than the current one?

2.When will you realize that this truck requires a larger fuel tank?
One thing gnawes my balls more that green fags is having to stop for 35 gallons of fuel every other day
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Favorite fuel
written by Jonn, April 11, 2009
my question:
What's your favorite alternative fuel ?

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