A handful of government agencies and auto suppliers are teaming up with General Motors Corp. to revamp a 17-year-old college engineering competition to better mirror the real world of vehicle development. College students will reengineer a cleaner Equinox. The competition, which changes hands between sponsors GM and Ford Motor Co. for the 2005-2007 timeframe (although GM actually takes over in late 2004), is overseen by the Dept. of Energy’s Argonne National Laboratory and most ...

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