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With EFX Imagery’s U.S. patented technology that allows us to control color and hue on a print coupled with GM’s vast selection of vehicles from different years, makes, and models, we now have the ability to offer some truly eye-catching automotive imagery for your next advertisement project. There has always been a strong link between a person’s personality type and the vehicles they drive. There must be a make (i.e. Buick, Chevrolet, Cadillac, GMC, Hummer, Pontiac, Oldsmobile, Saturn) and model (i.e. Corvette, Camaro, Chevelle, Nova, Sidestep, Tahoe, Escalade, CTS, XTS, H2, H3, Firebird, Oldsmobile 88, Sky) that will aid your advertisement to better connect with your viewers. The next time you have an advertisement project that involves an automobile, contact EFX Imagery and let us create one-of-a-kind and officially licensed images for your business needs.
The GM Heritage Center
GM Heritage Center is an 81,000 square foot corporate conferencing and special events venue, and as the permanent home for the corporation’s collection of historic literature and artifacts which document GM’s rich history of innovation.Located in Sterling Heights, Michigan the GM Heritage center features over 165 displays. Many reflect GM's industry firsts, like the first electric self-starter, used on the 1912 Cadillac, the first production V8 that powered the 1915 Cadillac, and the first air bag, found on 1974 Buick, Cadillac, and Oldsmobile models.
The GM North American Heritage Collection is made up of approximately 600 cars and trucks. Concept cars and special-interest styling/performance one-offs are part of the mix, along with significant race cars and milestone production vehicles.The GM Heritage Collection is ever-changing. New vehicles are constantly being obtained to fully represent GM's product story of the past 100+ years.The GM Heritiage Center is not open to the public, but can be reserved for group tours, conferences meetings and special events.
GM's History of Innovation 
The GM Heritage Center is home to innovative experimental cars as well as many first technical achievements as well. The first American gas turbine-powered car, Firebird 1, and the world’s first hydrogen fuel cell powered 1966 Electro-van. Numerous concept and race cars are on display in this space.Concept cars and special-interest styling/performance one-offs are part of the mix, along with significant race cars and milestone production vehicles such as the first production 1966 Olds Toronado featuring General Motors' front-wheel drive.
For the past 100 years, GM’s R&D team has played an active role, not only making automotive innovations, but leveraging their resources and experience to help humanity thrive outside its industry. Take for example the Centri-Filmer project; This vaccine purifying machine was developed in the 1950s based on General Motor’s R&D team’s bearing and wheel balancing expertise and specifically modified for the medical industry. Ultimately, this technology enabled large-scale manufacturing of critical vaccines such as the Salk polio vaccine.  In the early 2000s, GM’s researchers working closely with NASA scientists and developed the Robonaut 2 for the International Space Station. The Robonaut 2 is a highly dexterous robot that could perform simple, repetitive, and potentially dangerous tasks like changing out air filters in the space station. Talk about another tool for your toolbox!
Take for example The Astro II was designed in collaboration between GM Design and GM Research and served as a prototype and birthed the mid-engine Corvette series of vehicles of the 1970’s. The test bed car had a welded steel backbone frame, a radiator mounted in the rear and a Mark IV V8 engine driving the rear wheels via a 2-speed transaxle.Each of the vehicles in the collection illustrates a design, technical or sales milestone or accomplishment in the history of General Motors or automotive history. GM Heritage Center is not open to the public, but can be reserved for group tours, conferences, meetings and special events.
GM Supports New Print Technology
Custom GM Imagery for Advertisements
EFX’s partnership with General Motors contains many framed reproductions of almost all years, makes, and models of GM vehicles. Our unique access to GM makes (Buick, Chevrolet, Cadillac, GMC, Hummer, Pontiac, Oldsmobile, Saturn) and models (Corvette, Camaro, Chevelle, Nova, Escalade, CTS, XTS, H2, H3, Firebird, Oldsmobile 88, Sky) allows maximum potential for commercial imagery. With our partnership EFX offers one of the largest collections of GM’s car imagery. If you have an advertisement project that involves a GM vehicle contact EFX Imagery to create one-of-a-kind images for your business.
Custom GM Imagery as Art
The world’s love affair with automobiles is no accident. We have always been attracted to purposeful design, symmetry, function, form, engine sound, the feel and even the smell of a brand-new car. Are not the fins from a '59 Caddy a work of art and craftsmanship? "The vast library of cinematic movies frequently incorporate an automobile as best supporting prop for movie stars. General Motors cars are iconic in nature; take for example the classic 1957 Bel Air convertible that was the first car driven by 007 in the James Bond movie called Dr. No., the 1977 Pontiac Trans Am in Smokey and the Bandit, or the 1959 Cadillac Miller-Meteor Ambulance from Ghostbusters. Visit EFX Gallery for a huge  selection of General Motor’s classic, muscle cars, trucks, and SUV giclée's.

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General Motors was founded by William C. Durant on September 16, 1908 and is headquartered in Detroit, MI.

For over a hundred years GM has been designing, manufacturing, and selling cars, trucks and automobile parts. The General Motors brands includes Chevrolet, Cadillac, Baojun, Buick, GMC, Holden, Jiefang, Wuling, Maven, and OnStar.