The new-for-’11 Buick Regal, which General Motors Co. will unwrap in Los Angeles later today, will be one of the first vehicles to feature the auto maker’s second-generation mild-hybrid propulsion technology. Sources tell Ward’s a hybrid variant featuring the beefed-up version of GM’s current belt/alternator/starter (BAS) technology will follow the launch of the North American-built and traditionally propelled Regal. GM initially will import the Regal to North America from Germany for ...

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