A new era began today for General Motors — as the once-mighty American automaker emerged from bankruptcy after just 40 days, declaring an end to "business as usual." Executives at the car company, which required some $50 billion dollars in bailout money, promised a new focus on customers, high-quality vehicles and new corporate culture. They also expressed gratitude toward the government for providing them with this second chance. So tonight, we ask you: Given the companies declarations, do you believe that this is, in fact, a new era for GM? Will this revamped company not only survive, but thrive? Tell us what you think. You can follow "Nightline" anytime on Twitter: http://twitter.com/Nightline.