Join us bright and early tomorrow as GM celebrates its 100th year and kicks off its second century. GM will be providing you guys with live coverage starting 8:00 am EDT on GMnext.com. At 10:30 we’ll join Chairman Bob Lutz for some chatting in the GMnext.com chat room (that chat’s are open to public). At 1:30 pm GM will hold the “Future of Transportation: The Next 100 Years” discussing what’s in store for GM in the coming years.
Of Course we’ll get to see the much-anticipated Chevrolet Volt tomorrow as well. We’ll also have some exclusive stories, photos and videos for you tomorrow as well.
2011 Chevrolet Volt:
You are invited to join General Motors tomorrow for GMnext Day — a series of forward-looking events to commemorate the company’s centennial. The activities begin at 8:00 a.m. EDT on September 16, 2008 — the day GM officially turns 100. Complete information can be found by visiting http://day.gmnext.com. Activities for the day include:
– Global Broadcast: GMnext Day will begin at 8:00 a.m. with a Global Broadcast Preshow followed by the live Global Broadcast at 8:30 a.m. EDT from GM’s headquarters at the Renaissance Center in Detroit and from four additional GM locations including Russelsheim, Germany; Shanghai, China; Mexico City, Mexico and Sao Paulo, Brazil. The Broadcast will highlight technologies, global products, GM leaders and future leaders from around the world. The Global Broadcast will stream live on GMnext.com for public viewing.
– Live Chats: Beginning at 10:30 a.m. EDT, three GM leaders, including Vice Chairman Bob Lutz, will be chatting with the world in the GMnext.com chat room, speaking candidly about the day’s events and what’s next for GM. The chats are open to the public.
– “Future of Transportation: The Next 100 Years” Roundtable: At 1:30 p.m. EDT, a number of transportation experts will come together for the “Future of Transportation: The Next 100 Years” Roundtable, a candid discussion on what’s next for personal transportation. Topics will range from alternative fuels and advanced propulsion systems to government regulation and infrastructure. The discussion will stream live on GMnext.com. Visitors to the site will have the ability to ask questions in real time.