FLINT, MI – General Motors Corp.’s Flint Engine South Plant picks up more than a third more manufacturing capacity with a recently completed expansion to accommodate production of the auto maker’s 3.6L V-6. Plant Manager Steve Finch says the plant has capacity to produce 800 units of the new mill each day. That’s on top of the 2,100-per-day capacity available for existing production of the 4.2L V-6 engines built for installation in GM’s midsize SUVs. The auto maker invested $300 million ...

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