You can't think about automotive design without thinking about the Big Three and you can't have the Big Three without General Motors. Together, General Motors, Ford, and Chrysler ushered in a new era of automotive design, modeling both the American culture and transportation in their images.
General Motors was the second of the Big Three to come into existence. The company was founded in 1908, 17 years before Chrysler but only 5 years after Ford. By 1925, all three would be headquartered in the same place (Detroit, MI) and engaged in a heated battle for dominance of the American transportation industry.
Today, General Motors is the only one of the Big Three to still be headquartered in Detroit, MI. General Motors is also the largest automobile manufacturer in the United States and the fourth-largest in the entire world, beating out both Ford and Chrysler.
GM's place in the world's top four comes from its commitment to high-quality parts that span all budget capacities. The company produces pieces, parts, and hardware both for the low-budget drivers looking to repair their OEM vehicle components as well as the high-budget truckers looking to upgrade their 18-wheelers. With nearly 200,000 employees the world over and countless more products in production, GM has something for everybody.
In order to make finding the right part for you as easy as possible, we've organized all of our GM products by product category. Whether you're looking for OEM-compliant parts, aftermarket brake systems, or anything else GM has to offer, all you have to do is click the category and start scrolling.