PONTIAC – General Motors Corp. will install a fuel-efficient 4-cyl. in any vehicle consumers demand – even in models long associated with much bigger engines, the auto maker’s powertrain boss says. “When they want it, we’ll give it to them,” says Tom Stephens, executive vice president-GM Powertrain and Global Quality. “I feel so good today, because I have a shelf that is absolutely overflowing with great things. There isn’t much you could ask for I couldn’t deliver. It’s a good feeling.” ...

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