DEARBORN, MI – Reports General Motors Co. has green-lighted production of the Cadillac Converj extended-range electric vehicle comes as no surprise to one of Ford Motor Co.’s top engineers. “Certainly, initially you can make a better business case perhaps with a luxury buyer, but at the end of the day our objective is to make the technologies affordable and accessible to a wide-range of consumers,” Barb Samardzich, vice president-Ford Global Powertrain Engineering, tells Ward’s at a recent ...

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