SEOUL - It's no coincidence GM Korea's concept mini roadster hybrid unveiled at the auto show here is named the Mi-ray, which means “the future” in the Korean language. The car, developed by the auto maker's newly opened advanced design studio in Seoul with help from General Motors' global design team, is a harbinger of a new hybrid minicar line that will materialize in the next couple years, sources tell Ward's. GM Korea President and CEO Michael Arcamone does not confirm this, but ...

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