LIVONIA, MI – The percentage of high-strength steels used on General Motors Corp.’s midsize vehicles is increasing dramatically as the auto maker phases out its current models and introduces products based on its Epsilon global architecture. Next-generation Chevy Malibu will feature broad use of high-strength steels. According to Mike Weber, GM program engineering group manager-Epsilon body structures, the next-generation Chevy Malibu – due to go on sale later this year and ...
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