General Motors Corp. confirms its Wilmington, DE, plant will halt production of its slow-selling Saturn L-Series midsize sedan later this year and begin production of a Saturn small sports car in early 2006. GM sold 64,957 L-Series sedans in 2003. Wilmington also is the future production site of the Pontiac Solstice, which GM announced at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit in January. Ward’s learns that L-Series production will wrap up no later than July 2 – ...

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