SEOUL – GM Daewoo Auto & Technology Co. is converting its entire vehicle lineup to diesel applications by 2010. “Our plan is to install diesel engines in all lines of passenger cars,” says Park Pyongwan, managing director of the 500-engineer strong GMDAT Powertrain Operation at the auto maker’s Bupyeong complex. “Our current targets depend upon the vehicles, but we will be ready in 2009 and roll them out from the latter part of 2009 through the latter part of 2010,” he says in an ...

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