General Motors Corp. hopes its recent strategic alliance with Reynolds and Reynolds will launch, within 12 months, pilot build-to-order systems that ultimately will allow custom-made vehicles to be delivered to consumers in a matter of days. “I think pilots are going to start showing up very quickly over the next year, even this year. But to build it out will take a number of years, over the next two, three years, to make that fully happen,” says Ralph Szygenda, GM chief information ...

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