General Motors Corp.’s equity alliance strategy is bearing more fruit, as Saab Automobile and Fuji Heavy Industries Ltd.’s Subaru brand confirm plans to share a 7-passenger, high-end cross/utility vehicle platform. Subaru has been discussing the addition of the CUV to its lineup in recent months, and rumors have been circulating that Saab would get its own version. Now, the cat is out of the bag. (See related story: Subaru Targets Sale of 35,000 for New CUV) Subaru will build the new ...
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