DETROIT – OnStar features will remain exclusive to General Motors Co. vehicles in the near term, the telematics service’s president says. OnStar had been shopping itself to other auto makers as a means of generating additional revenue, but Chris Preuss tells journalists here today that prospect is “not on the table.” Partnerships with other auto makers are problematic – for GM and prospective new customers – when OnStar’s close association with the giant auto maker is considered, he ...
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