DETROIT — General Motors Corp.'s Powertrain division is “80% done” with an all-encompassing North American product-portfolio revamp that should be finished by 2003, says Arvin Mueller, Powertrain's group vice president. In an interview, Mueller tells WAI that GM Powertrain's North American initiatives are combined with ongoing activities in its European joint venture with the Fiat Group to form a two-pronged global strategy that will deliver world-class powertrains for GM and its many ...
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