WARREN, MI â€“ Larry Burns appears pretty relaxed for a guy facing a huge task and a fast-approaching deadline. Burns, vice president-research and development and strategic planning for General Motors Corp., is overseeing the auto makerâ€™s E-Flex project, which seeks to develop a plug-in electrical vehicle architecture that can be powered by advanced battery or hydrogen fuel-cell (FC) technology within the next two years â€“ and do it all with an eye toward volume production and a cost equal to ...
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