PLYMOUTH, MI – If taxpayers want proof of General Motors Corp.’s long-term viability, they need look no further than the ’10 Chevrolet Camaro, the auto maker’s chief designer says. “It says the creativity and the ingenuity of the company is strong,” says Ed Welburn, vice president-global design at GM. Production of the highly styled 4-seat sports car with segment-leading fuel efficiency officially began Monday at GM’s facility in Oshawa, ON, Canada. Shipments begin next week. Arriving ...

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