WARREN, MI – General Motors researchers are on the brink of multiple breakthroughs in aerodynamics that promise to make its cars and trucks more fuel efficient, says John Cafaro, chief exterior designer of the new Chevrolet Malibu that’s due early next year. “It’s scary, some of the numbers we are dabbling with,” he tells WardsAuto during an event at the auto maker’s research and development unit here to highlight the slipperiness of the redesigned-for-’13 Chevrolet Malibu. The car is ...

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