DETROIT – General Motors Corp. appears ready to join the growing movement toward rear-wheel-drive cars. But the auto maker has yet to say publicly that it has approved two RWD programs involving small and midsize cars. GM wants to shift production of the next-generation Pontiac GTO from its Australian subsidiary Holden Ltd. to North America, and use the car’s platform for more RWD vehicles. “That’s our plan,” Mark Hogan, GM group vice president-advanced vehicle development, told ...
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