DETROIT – General Motors Corp. is nearly ready to join the auto industry’s growing fascination with carbon fiber. GM likely would debut carbon fiber applications on Chevy Corvette or another premium vehicle. Dave Hill, GM vehicle line executive-performance cars, says the auto maker has completed research and development work and is preparing to put a carbon fiber program into production. “It’s not something you can take to the bank,” Hill tells Ward’s. “We don’t know when ...

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