DETROIT – Mark Reuss, president of General Motors North America, promises a fuel-efficient, family-friendly Chevrolet Impala with front-wheel-drive and a unique design when the large sedan’s next-generation model comes to market. “This car is all about a car that is very fuel-efficient but serves families really well,” Reuss tells Ward’s after announcing a $69 million investment in the auto maker’s Detroit-Hamtramck assembly plant here to add the 5-passenger Impala. Reuss say the Impala ...

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