General Motors Corp. was so committed to building its all-new 5L50-E 5-speed automatic transmission at its Strasbourg, France, powertrain plant that the auto maker redesigned a portion of the gearbox after the original configuration didn’t fit within the assembly line’s boundaries. The 5L50 will be the third transmission assembled at GM's Strasbourg, France, powertrain plant Strasbourg offers a tightly controlled manufacturing environment that helps reduce warranty costs – an ...

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