Mary Barra Confirms Electric Truck from GM

Earlier this year, General Motors CEO Mary Barra confirmed during a call with investors that we will soon be getting an electric truck from GM, but the rest of the details are still up in the air. We’re not sure when this electrified pickup will reach dealerships like Huber Chevrolet, if it will be a full-size or mid-size pickup, or which GM brand it will be branded as.

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New at the Henry Doorly Zoo This Season

Omaha’s Henry Doorly Zoo is one of the best and most beloved zoos in the country, with new exhibits opening all the time highlighting new animals, areas of the world, and activities to help children and adults alike expand their knowledge of the animal kingdom.

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Chevrolet Forecasts EV Profitability

If you ask the leadership team at General Motors about the future, they would probably tell you it looks pretty green. The automaker has made producing electric vehicles a huge part of its plans, which is a considerable risk. However, General Motors sees profitability on the horizon and it wants to make sure it keeps up with upcoming trends.

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World of Wheels Coming to Omaha in March

Every year, World of Wheels comes to Omaha to showcase the largest custom car show collection in the region. A variety of different vehicles are featured at World of Wheels, but at the heart of the event during its 57-year run is the hot rods. With innovation and quality craftsmanship taking center stage, this event is an awesome place for automobile enthusiasts to gather together and get excited about what they love most.

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Practice Responsible Driving Habits During Omaha Beer Week

Nothing warms you up during a cold, Omaha winter like a pint of tasty beer and a delicious, warm meal. Thankfully both of these things are easy to come by during Omaha Beer Week, which takes place this year from February 15 to February 24. While you’re out enjoying special beer week events and drinking unique foamy beverages from local breweries and bars, be sure to practice safe, responsible driving habits.

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Sedans vs. Hatchbacks: Which Do You Prefer?

Sedans are predominantly the major vehicle drivers go with in the US if they don’t drive a truck or SUV. But the five-door hatchback counterparts are growing in popularity and offer a wholly different driving experience. So where do you fit in the sedans vs. hatchbacks debate?

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See A Christmas Carol at Omaha Community Playhouse

The Omaha Community Playhouse continues its annual tradition with another fantastic run of A Christmas Carol, the classic holiday play based on Charles Dickens’ 1843 novella. Ticket pricing and availability depends on the day and time of the show, so visit the OCP website now and grab your tickets!

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Check Out the Thanksgiving Lighting Ceremony in Omaha

Start the holiday season off right by attending Omaha’s most festive event. The Thanksgiving Lighting Ceremony in Omaha will take place on Thanksgiving Day—Thursday, November 22, 2018, from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m. This is the perfect family activity to indulge in after a filling holiday meal.

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Don’t Miss the Autumn Festival in Omaha this November

To get into the spirit of the season, be sure you don’t miss the Autumn Festival in Omaha this fall at Ralston Arena! The event, scheduled for November 1-4, is a one-of-a-kind expo featuring crafts and home goods made by hundreds of the nation’s most skilled vendors and craftspeople.

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The Upcoming Mid-Engine Chevy Corvette Has Been Spotted

Before a highly-anticipated vehicle is released, there tends to be a lot of hype, meaning a lot of car geeks are trying to sneak a peek at the model before the automaker officially announces it. We just happen to be car geeks here at Huber Chevy, and we’re freaking out about the recent spying of the new mid-engine Chevy Corvette, due to be released for the 2020 model year.

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