NEW YORK – General Motors Corp. has a 2-pronged strategy of using halo performance cars to change the perception of its brands and the company’s engineering capability, Mark Reuss, vice president-performance vehicles, tells the International Motor Press Assn. here. He also says performance halo vehicles make a $400 million contributory profit (not including fixed costs such as labor) to GM annually. GM says Cadillac STS-V to outperform BMW M3. At a time when Ford Motor Co. seems to ...

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