DETROIT – Sources close to one General Motors Corp. supplier tell Ward’s that GM plans to provide industrial-application customers with variants of its upcoming “High Value” V-6 engine family. The source says the initial displacement for the High Value V-6 is 3.5L and that GM says it will not cost more than industrial-application versions of existing GM V-6 engines – many of which have been in production for decades – despite the fact that the High Value family will enjoy numerous ...
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