DETROIT – General Motors Co. says its Chevrolet Volt extended-range electric vehicle is being put through all the development phases typical with a conventionally powered model, but marketing the car will deviate from the norm. Jonathan J. Lauckner, vice president-global program management, says “everything is going according to plan” in the development of the Volt. Earlier reports suggested GM was having trouble smoothing the transition between the operation of the Volt’s electric ...

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