General Motors Corp. reveals additional nuggets about its future with the submission of an updated viability plan to the U.S. Treasury Dept., including news of a third extended-range electric vehicle based on the Chevy Volt and expectations it can break even in North America if annual industry sales sink as low as 11.5 million units. The document also shows a much weaker European arm and suggests even if the auto maker’s turnaround is successful it will emerge more highly leveraged in 2014 ...

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