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Fastlane: Webchat: Alan Taub on Resarch and Development

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This week, Alan Taub becomes the new vice president of Research and Development for General Motors. For the last nine years as executive director, he has overseen the eight science labs we have across the globe, which develop the world’s best technology for GM’s new products – including the newest lab that just opened last week in Shanghai. In his expanded role, he will continue to coordinate all advanced technical work within the company while managing a global collaboration network of universities, government and other strategic partners. Join him tomorrow at 1 p.m. EDT to discuss his plans for mainstreaming R&D as we continue to work toward the electrification of the automobile and beyond.


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[Comment From Justin Loyear ]

Are GM cars going to eventually have something similar to microsoft sync technology?

Alan Taub: OnStar technology leads the industry in connecting the vehicle to the world. We on the 9th generation corporate telematics module in 13 years. In addition, our infotainment system has similar features to Ford's product. Have you sat in the new Camaro?

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