DETROIT — Sales are dismal and production of new vehicles has been postponed indefinitely, but General Motors Corp. insists that it hasn't “pulled the plug” on its EV1 electric vehicle (EV) program. Jeff Kuhlman, GM's director of energy and environmental communication, says the automaker will continue to sell the battery-powered coupes through Saturn dealers in California and Arizona for the foreseeable future. Inventory will not be a problem. It currently has enough vehicles in stock to ...

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