OSHAWA, Ont., Canada – General Motors Corp.’s No.2 car factory here is running periodic test-builds of the next-generation Pontiac Grand Prix and will begin assembling salable models in January or February, the plant’s manager tells Ward’s. “We’ll run another batch through in June,” says Plant Manager Eric Stevens. “We’ve been sending them through for the last two months about 10 at a time.” Validation builds will follow in August at Oshawa No.2, which presently makes Buick ...

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