General Motors Corp. will announce Tuesday (Sept. 26) an investment in its Oshawa No. 2 car assembly plant to ready the facility for Pontiac Grand Prix production, part of a new “mid-lux” platform, beginning July 1, 2002, sources say. Plans call for Grand Prix output to move to Oshawa from its present source at GM's Fairfax, KS, plant, which in July was designated the lead plant for the automaker's forthcoming Epsilon midsize car global platform — believed to include the Olds Alero, Chevy ...

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