JCI gets GM minivan interior contract DETROIT — General Motors Corp. is tapping Johnson Controls Inc. for the design of the interior for its next-generation minivan, codenamed GMT240, WAI has learned. JCI will take over the passenger compartment parts sourcing on the current minivans immediately and will be the integrator on the new ones when development begins. The move is part of a GM effort to lower costs, cut development times and improve its interior designs. Other projects will be ...

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