MILFORD, MI – In an effort to better understand and ultimately prevent the most lethal type of vehicle crash, General Motors Corp. brings its rollover crash testing activities in-house, becoming the first North American auto maker to do so. Located next to GM’s conventional barrier-crash test facilities at its 4,000-acre (1,619-ha) proving grounds here, the new 38,500-sq.-ft. (3,577-sq.-m) rollover test site is aimed at helping the auto maker develop more advanced airbag sensors to ...
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