CHICAGO – General Motors Corp. insiders say there was heated debate whether the upcoming Pontiac Solstice should be offered with a 6-cyl. engine. A 6-cyl., the argument goes, would give the 2-seat roadster more performance appeal. GM isn't ruling out a turbocharged or supercharged engine for Solstice. But don't look for it to happen, insists Jim Queen, vice president-North American engineering for GM. "Solstice isn't meant for a 6-cyl.," Queen says, noting that the small, ...

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