NEW YORK – As General Motors Co.’s Hamtramck, MI, assembly plant rolls pre-production models of the Chevrolet Volt off its dedicated assembly, the executive in charge of developing the extended-range electric vehicle says the only unfinished business is removing bugs from the EV’s software. “The hardware is pretty tight,” Tony Posawatz tells Ward's at an EV symposium at Columbia University's School of Engineering here. “All our testing shows we’re ready to launch at the end of the year.” ...
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