General Motors Corp. is trying to bury its image as a slow, lumbering beast and lay out a new vision of its future, one of a big fast-moving giant using its size and huge customer base to earn more profits in everything from in-car electronics to home mortgages. In short, GM sees itself coming to market in the next few years with a wide portfolio of innovative new car and truck platforms built off a smaller number of common vehicle “architectures” that ultimately lowers its costs while ...

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