EXCLUSIVE-GM cancels luxury plug-in hybrid-sources


* Cadillac hybrid program employees reassigned * Program was an expected money loser * Hybrid technology improved since development began By Ben Klayman and Deepa Seetharaman DETROIT, May 27 (Reuters) - General Motors Co has canceled plans to develop a plug-in hybrid vehicle based on the current Cadillac SRX crossover platform after deciding that the project was not financially viable, three people with direct knowledge of the project said. While two of those people said the plans ...

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