General Motors Headquarters Contact Details and Email Format

General Motors Headquarters

General Motors is a world famous automobile manufacturer, headquartered in Detroit, United States. The stock is listed on the New York Stock Exchange with stock name GM. The stock price is US$35.65 as on December 13, 2019. GM’s most popular cars are: Chevrolet Cruze, Chevrolet Silverado, Chevrolet Equinox, and Chevrolet Camaro. Mary T. Barra is the current Chief Executive Officer of General Motors. William C Durant and Charles Stewart Mott were the founders of General Motors.

GM has several subsidiary brands, such as GMC, Chevrolet, Opel, ACDelco, OnStar, Vauxhall Motors, and more.

General Motors Headquarters
General Motors Headquarters

General Motors Headquarters Information

The company is headquartered in Detroit, MI. Please note down full corporate headquarters address: 300 Renaissance Center Detroit, MI 48243 United States. Please do not send normal letters or emails regarding your complaint (this is our suggestion only). For your complaint, please get in touch with customer support team of the GM.

You can send your letters to General Motors mailing address: General Motors Company, P.O. BOX 33170, Detroit, MI 48232-5170.

To share your concern regarding your purchased vehicle, website inquiry, or other general inquires, please call 1-313-667-1500 (corporate office phone number).

GM Investor Relations Contact

If you are looking for GM investor relations contact, then you can reach them by phone 313-667-1669. To contact Shareholder Relations, please dial 313-667-1500.

General Motors Email Format and gm.com Emails

The General Motors email format is as follows:

  • firstname.lastname@gm.com (94.9%) for example: jennifer.doe@gm.com

GM Shareholder Relations

The mailing address for shareholder relations is Computershare Trust Company, N.A., P.O. Box 43078, Providence, RI 02940-3078. The toll free number of GM shareholder relations is 888-887-8945. If you are calling from outside the U.S., Canada or Puerto Rico, kindly call on 1-781-575-3334.

GM Financial Information

If you want to contact GM financial investor relations, then please call on 800-644-2297. The GM financial customer service phone number is 800-284-2271.

Website Help

For GM Media Online – Media Services, Media Online Website Help, please call on 1-800-875-7562 or email at mediaservices@gm.com. For more details, please visit official website of General Motors.

You want to contact GM Media Archives, then please call on 586-932-5700 or email at gmhc@gm.com.

Customer Experience Centers

The contact number for Buick customer experience is 1-800-521-7300. If you are looking for mailing address, then please use  Buick Customer Assistance Center, P.O. Box 33136, Detroit, MI 48232-5136.

For Cadillac customer experience phone number, please use 1-800-333-4223. The mailing address of Cadillac customer experience is Cadillac Customer Assistance Center, P.O. Box 33169, Detroit, MI 48232-5169.

If you want to contact number for Chevrolet Customer Experience, kindly call on 1-800-222-1020. You can send a letter at Chevrolet Customer Assistance Center, P.O. Box 33136, Detroit, MI 48323-5136.

If you are looking for GMC Customer Experience contact number, then please call on 1-800-462-8782. The mailing address of GMC Customer Experience is GMC Customer Assistance Center, P.O. Box 33172, Detroit, MI 48232-5172.

The OnStar Customer Experience contact number is 1-888-466-7827 and mailing address is OnStar Subscriber Services, PO Box 1027, Warren, MI 48090-1027.

If you are looking for Holden Customer Experience phone number, then please call on 1800-033-349. The mailing address of Holden Customer Experience is Customer Assistance Centre, Holden Ltd, PO Box 1714, Melbourne, Victoria, 3001.

For Baojun Customer Experience, please call on +86 400-889-5050 or email at gkzck@sgmw.com.cn or send a letter to Customer Assistance Center, SAIC-GM-Wuling, 18 Hexi Road, Liuzhou, Guangxi, 545007, China this mailing address.

The contact number of Wuling Customer Experience is +86 400-889-5050. You can contact Wuling Customer Experience through email address at gkzck@sgmw.com.cn or mailing address Customer Assistance Center, SAIC-GM-Wuling, 18 Hexi Road, Liuzhou, Guangxi, 545007, China.

Chevrolet, Cadillac, Buick and GMC Product Communications

You can contact executive director, brand and product communications through call on 313-212-8366 or email at joe.jacuzzi@gm.com. The mobile number of director, chevrolet communications is 313-402-4871 and email address is kelly.cusinato@gm.com.

If you are looking for director, cadillac and global product group communications contact number and mobile number, kindly contact on 313-820-6564 or send an email at michael.albano@gm.com. The phone number of director, buick and GMC communications is 313-665-1743 and 313-815-3345 or contact through email at michelle.malcho@gm.com.

If you are looking for mobile number of Manager, Buick and GMC Communications, kindly call at 313-618-8851 or send an email at stuart.fowle@gm.com. The contact number of senior manager, Chevrolet Cars and Crossovers Communication is 313-316-9742 and email address is kevin.m.kelly@gm.com.

If you are looking for mobile number of Senior Manager, Cadillac Communications, then please contact at 313-404-5001 or send an email at anne.roberts@gm.com. The mobile number of Manager, Chevrolet Truck Communications is 313-348-2317 and email address is monte.doran@chevrolet.com.

The mobile number of Manager of General Motors for Global Product Development Communications is 313-588-0091 and email address is chad.lyons@gm.com. The mobile number of Manager of General Motors for Buick and GMC West Regional Communications is 805-279-5483 and email address is shauna.sichi@gm.com.

You can contactAssistant Manager of  for Chevrolet East Regional Communications through 313-702-5201 and email at kyle.suba@chevrolet.com.

General Motors Corporate News Relations

  • Executive Director, GM Brand and Corporate Communications: call 313-665-5316 and 313-498-1735 and email at dave.roman@gm.com
  • The contact number of manager of news relations for legal and corporate issues is 313-665-7252 and 586-899-7861 and email address is david.caldwell@gm.com
  • Director, Corporate News Relations, Manufacturing and Labor and Public Policy Communications is 313-407-4548 and email address is patrick.e.morrissey@gm.com. For GM Communications, please contact on 248-918-8946 and email at david.barnas@gm.com
  • Press Contact for Broadcast, please dial 313-319-0584 and email address is jennifer.korail@gm.com
  • For GM Communications, kindly contact on 313-407-2843 or send an email at james.cain@chevrolet.com
  • Coordinator, Public Policy Communications for State and Local, please call 313-570-9484 or email at darrin.hardy@gm.com
  • GM Communications, please call 313-549-0289 or send an email at raeven.henry@gm.com
  • The Manager, GM Public Policy Communications for Federal Phone number is 202-775-5003 and email address is jeannine.ginivan@gm.com
  • For Manager, News Relations for Recalls, Cyber security, Workplace Safety and Manufacturing Technology, kindly call on 313-418-2374 or email at daniel.flores@gm.com
  • Senior Manager, North American Manufacturing and Labor Relations Communications is 248-836-7731 and email email address is kimberly.carpenter@gm.com

Communications Operations and Corporate Giving

You can contact executive director, communications operations and corporate diving through call on 313-665-3177 and 313-658-6801 and email at terry.rhadigan@gm.com.

Executive Communications

The phone number and mobile number of Manager, Executive Communications are 313-665-5185 and 313-348-2112 and email address is munhara.hamza@gm.com.

Advanced Technology Communications

If you want to contact Manager of Advanced Technology and Mobility, kindly call on 313-665-0910 and 313-268-9656 or email at jordana.strosberg@gm.com. You can contact GM Urban Mobility, Maven and Advanced Tech through call on 313-421-9024 or email at katlynn.downey@gm.com.

The Assistant Manager for Electrification, Battery Technology, Fuel Cells, R&D and GM Ventures Communications mobile number is 313-495-1297 and email address is megan.soule@gm.com. For Assistant Manager of OnStar and Connectivity Communications, kindly call on 313-515-1192 or email at stephanie.lang@gm.com.

Finance and Sales

313-418-0220 is the contact number of GM Investor Relations and michael.heifler@gm.com is an email address of GM Investor Relations. To contact Manager of Finance and Sales Communications, kindly call on 313-667-2702 or email at tom.e.henderson@gm.com.

For GM Finance Communications, please call on 931-398-8191 or email at Lauren.Langille@gm.com. The contact number of Director of GM Brand, Finance and Sales Communications is 313-549-6977 and email address is julie.huston-rough@gm.com.

If you want to contact Sales Communications of GM, please call on 313-269-3203 this mobile number or send an email at stephanie.rice@gm.com.

Customer Care Support Numbers and Contact Address

For questions about your GM Owner Center website, kindly call on 1-866-694-6546. If you havequestions about your GM vehicle, please call on 1-800-442-6537 for Oldsmobile, 1-866-486-6376 for Hummer, 1-800-762-2737 for Pontiac, 1-800-553-6000 for Saturn, 1-800-263-7777 for Inside Canada. For questions about the My GM Rewards program, kindly call on 1-844-764-2665.

OnStar and connected services

If you have questions about your OnStar and connected services account, then please call on 1-888-4-ONSTAR (1-888-466-7827) or  connect with TTY number 1-877-248-2080, which is Toll Free.

The General Motors Company mailing address is General Motors Company, P.O. Box 33170, Detroit, MI 48232-5170. The mailing address of GM of Canada is 1908 Colonel Sam, Oshawa, Ontario, L1H 8P7, Canada, Mail Code 163-005.

The mailing address of OnStar Subscriber Services is P.O. Box 1027, Warren, MI 48090-1027, Payments, Dept #77246. The mailing address of OnStar Subscription Center is P.O. Box 77000, Detroit, MI 48277-0246.

Article last re-published on October 20, 2020.

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  1. General Motors, you are killing the making terrible changes to you cars. The corvette doesnt even have an actual steering “wheel” anymore, i wont even look at it, its not a dammed grand prix (f1) btw it never was and never will be. The camero no matter what it changes to will never look as nice as the 67-69 classic, i do not find it apealing. You, like many others are killing the car made for the real driver at heart aka the manual gearbox shifter and your new cars are whacky in design and full of nonsense computer crap that i know isnt nessisary to stay safe it only takes a good driver. We the people are diverse and need availble options for all i see nothing but cars and trucks made for the futuristic lazy idiot dricer in mind. You have recently canned the impala the nicest sedan you had to offer. My last chance of getting somthing that actually apealed to me died with the chevrolet s.s. I see no pationate driven future for the american auto industry whatsoever, its a dammed crying shame in my eyes and i hope that future tech such as touch screen and l.e.d headlamps does not become the standard to highend trim levels in time to come as they do not much but drive up the price of cars and a burden and safty hazzard to road safty and of course i myself do not apeal to such things as i have a big screen TV at home and dont need another one when i cruising enjoying the beautifil sceenery trying to reach for the dial that isnt on the dash board anymore.

  2. GM message of discrimination 7/7/2020 (approx)
    Account Number –

    Date is an estimate (It is logged I am sure in your system)
    Hello, after more than 30 years in the workplace and a 26 year career with the US Government (Retired) for the first time in my lifetime I was laid off from my Chief Operating Officer position due to COVID19 (company closed its doors and sold overseas). I have never expected or imagined this to ever happen to me (as no one does). I called GM to ask/beg for assistance and the very RUDE associate asked me a few questions like, are you working? I responded with the above and she said so you have no income? I responded, yes UNEMPLOYMENT but based off of my prior over $100,000, 6 figure income I am in absolute turmoil now with life in general, with that she responds, OH, $100,000? IF YOU HAVE NO INCOME I CANNOT HELP YOU, YOUR BEST OPTION IS TO VOLUNTARILY SURRENDER THE CAR! I was totally shocked by her response and attitude. I hate to think this way but what I am about to say is 100%, she heard I was a WHITE, MALE making over $100,000 and she had her response already made up the within the first minute of our conversation. This is absolute discrimination and with all going on around us how is this being permitted by companies such as GM who I have held to a much higher standard than this? I have never in my almost 50 years felt so demoralized for a situation I had no control over (being laid off due to COVID19). She offered no options or solutions besides JUST TURN THE CAR IN. That is the last thing I would want to do on top of all of my other issues impacting my family and I at this time of pandemic. This call was recorded I am certain so you can go back and listen (my wording above is not exact I am sure but very close to verbatim). I am willing to take this to a higher order to let the public know that GM states they are here to help during the trying times of COVID19 but that is not the case when their Customer Service Reps have made up their minds on the situation based on the customers Race, Color and Creed. I have worked extremely hard for everything we have and to have been treated like this when my anxiety is at an all time high is absolutely fortuitous in a time of need. I expect action to be taken immediately on this CS Representative and a resolve to my need at this time. Please contact me immediately.
    Mario A. DiPatrizio

  3. I ordered my 2020 Corvette convertible in November of 2019 the only reason why I did was because I was guaranteed the Corvette by late may early June because my lease on my car is up in August I know the Corvette plant closed for a while my production number is 1100 nobody at my dealership or anywhere else knows what the h*** is going on nobody can tell me anything I’m even hearing I could have to wait til the 2021s come out which is not acceptable my least will be up in August and I won’t have a car I am hearing that certain production numbers will have to wait til the 2021s which is really bullshit because you should honor everybody who has been waiting patiently and so long for their cars they should get their 2000 twenties before production on 2021s start… I have had corvettes in the past but this is ridiculous that you would do this to people who have ordered corvettes 8 months ago

  4. I understand it’s aimed at improving gas mileage, but the “auto stop/start” feature is perhaps one of the most annoying features to have ever been developed. What makes it worse is that not all vehicles come equipped with a disable button (my 2020 Traverse as such). GM, please push out a software update to allow your technicians to turn this function off if an owner so chooses. Thanks!

  5. After seeing your trucks at the white house with dictator Trump I will never buy another gm product. I do not and will not support the overthrow of the USA by Fascist pigs.

    1. What an uninformed idiot you are! The liberals have been leaning to socialism in recent years and now progressive liberals actually brag how they will turn this great country into socialism. You may find a multitude of reasons to dislike Trump but you are dead wrong about any such agenda coming from him. My goodness man, do some research, read your history. Clearly you have no clear understanding of the meaning of fascism and easily being blindly led by other uninformed idiots. But then again, birds of a feather…………………….

      1. Trump is court and self convicted fraud. Other than his Impeachment, on of his more recent convictions was the “Trump University” case that he wilfully and without threat, duress, or coercion plead guilty. Feel free to set an appointment with a court clerk for details of your fraudulent president’s public court conviction record.
        If you would not wilfully hire a one-time court convicted business fraud for a common business manager position. Why then would you elect a multiple-time court convicted business fraud for president of political corporation?

  6. i have been a chevy man for at least 50 yrs, and looked with great expectations of purchasing the new blazer… man was i let down when i saw it,,, IT IS PURE UGLY. THE GUYS THAT DESIGNED IT SHOULD BE FIRED, INSTANTLY,

    LAST AUG. I PURCHASED MY THIRD VETTE IN THE LAST TEN YRS… I LOVE CHEVYS,,, BUT MY GOD, I ABSOLUTELY HATE THE BLAZER, AND AM NOW PREPARED TO WAIT ON THE BRONCO, TO HIT THE SHOW ROOMS, AND BUY A FORD,,,,,, I CAN’T TELL YOU HAD UPSET I AM WITH GM, AND THE BLAZER,

    SOMEONE ON THE NET SHOWED A NEW BLAZER WITH A SILVERADO FRONT END, AND IT LOOKED ABSOLUTELY GREAT COMPARED TO WHAT YOU’RE MAKING NOW….. .HOW DO GM AND CHEVY MISS IT SO MUCH ON DESIGN,,

    YOU SHOULD HIRE SOME FORD DESIGNERS, AND GIVE THEM A FREE HAND TO FIX THE FRONT END ON THE BLAZER,,,,,CAN’T BELIEVE YOU LET ME DOWN SO BADLY,,
    SINCERELY A PAST CHEVY PURCHASER.

  7. I have a friend in Pakistan who wants to apply for a workers Visa to work anywhere in the United States. Do you hire immigrant workers and are you currently hiring? What are the requirements you need for employment and for which positions?

  8. This is Bonnie Frymier, I bought this Chevy Trax at Flatwoods West Virginia and took my car and showed them the paint is peeling off my hatch under the back glass. They were suppose to contacted you over 2 months ago. The Trax is a 2016. I think GM should pay for getting it painted. I don’t care how many miles it’s got on it it shouldn’t be peeling off. It’s bad business when people are seeing the paint coming off. I have had alot of other problems with this car. Would never buy another one. Hope I here from you.

  9. I wanted to Share my Story…I was taken my Mom around looking at new cars, she just retired and wanted something with a warranty. She really didn’t know what she wanted, etc, all she knew is she didn’t want a thousand phones a day. So on mission and remind you she was in no hurry but want to make the right choice because she wanted to last for a long time. We stopped in Pinkerton Chevrolet Buick GMC in Lynchburg where we met Jason Fisher. He answered questions and gave us his card and said call me with any questions, I’ll be glad to help. Along our mission we ran into all kinds of Salesman but my mom fall in Love with the Buick Encore. So this was our new mission to find the best deal so we start shopping for the best deal. My mother many years ago bought a car from Berglund in Roanoke so we went up there to see what they had to offer. I called a spoke to another young man name Jason he was a pleasure on the phone, however when we got there (over a hour drive) when was assigned to a salesman Jeff. He put us in his office and we waited. He was running the show! He kept trying to get info from us as if he already had the car sold. Finally when we made it to the lot they didn’t have what my mom wanted she want power seats and solid print seats. Jeff said what if we can get that for you at a lower price would you be interested, well yes! He had his manager (I assume)come out and stated this and that however the price kept going up. I told him we had to think about it and if we decide to buy from them we’ll be back, his words was NO YOU WON’T. Very rude I felt we was treated this way because we was two woman. So not to drag this story out much longer, I want GM to know how wonderful Pinkerton was they gave my respect and Jason went above and beyond to make my Mother happy. Berglund could learn a lot from Lyncburg. I personally wasn’t planning to get a new car yet, however was so awesome not only did my my buy a car, I did as well. So buy not being pushy and just be willing to answers a woman thousand questions he got two sales and a we got a friend for like.

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