General Motors Corp. confirms more truck capacity is under study, takes the first step toward a new luxury vehicle plant in Lansing, MI, and casts further doubt over the prospects for its Yellowstone modular assembly program. GM says it is studying plans to convert its Oklahoma City Malibu/Cutlass assembly plant to truck production. Malibu output likely would be shifted to Lansing. The Lansing “C” plant makes Pontiac Grand Am and Oldsmobile Alero, which share a similar platform with ...
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