DETROIT – General Motors Corp. is shifting its strategy regarding hybrid-electric vehicles (HEVs), saying it now plans to de-emphasize a less-versatile system slated for its Saturn and Chevrolet divisions in favor of a high-volume HEV architecture for fullsize pickups and SUVs. GM’s Tom Stephens with Chevrolet Tahoe slated for hybrid drivetrain. Thomas G. Stephens, group vice president for GM’s Powertrain Div., says the company’s experience with a growing fleet of hybrid-powered ...

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