PARIS — Fiat SpA and General Motors Corp. are reducing the number of engines and transmissions they will make together, further decreasing their costs. When the two automakers signed an alliance agreement last year, the partners had 32 different powertrain products. They had planned to reduce that to 26: four families of diesel engines, 11 transmissions and 11 gasoline engines. Now, product engineers have agreed that the companies can meet their needs with 19 products: three diesels, ...
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