SHANGHAI — An automotive team is developing the first China-made Buick sedan fueled by compressed natural gas and lead-free gas. The model, jointly developed by Shanghai General Motors Co. Ltd., General Motors Corp., and U.S.-based IMPCO Technologies Inc., is designed to emit less exhaust than the mass-produced gasoline-fueled cars. The new model will hit the China market when substitutes for leaded gas are available at local gas stations. The model is designed to lessen automotive ...

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