NEW YORK – Although bold and powerful new engines with the latest in technology are in the works at General Motors Corp., less-glamorous, meat-and-potatoes, overhead valve (OHV) pushrod engines will be a mainstay for future GM mainstream vehicles, says Thomas G. Stephens, group vice president-GM Powertrain. GM says engines with pushrod-activated overhead valves offer development potential and significant cost savings. The new engines, ranging from small 4-cyls. to ...

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