FRANKFURT, Nov 24 (Reuters) - General Motors is in talks with German carmaker BMW about using BMW's diesel engines in its Cadillac luxury cars in Europe, the Financial Times reported on Wednesday. The paper said GM was also considering using engines made by its joint venture with Italy's Fiat , which are already used in its Saab cars. It added that it was also possible that an Isuzu V6 diesel engine used in the Opel/Vauxhall Vectra could be improved for the Cadillac. The paper cited ...
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