BMW AG joins an alliance established by DaimlerChrysler AG and General Motors Corp. in December to jointly develop an advanced hybrid system. Chevrolet Tahoe gets full-hybrid system in 2007. The three auto makers signed a memorandum of understanding Sept. 7 governing the partnership, which includes a development center in Troy, MI, that will develop the overall modular system and individual components: electric motors, high-performance electronics, wiring, safety systems, energy ...
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