FRANKFURT - All is not well with the new premium platform currently under development in Sweden by a joint team of General Motors Corp. and Fiat Auto SpA engineers. Senior GM engineers claim Fiat is cutting back on its contribution to the project, which was developed to build a flexible front- or all-wheel-drive platform for the next-generation Alfa Romeo 156/166 and Spider/GTV, as well as the Saab 9-3 and the potential replacement for the Vauxhall Omega. Fiat's cash-flow ...
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