General Motors Corp. may invest up to $300 million in expanding its Willow Run transmission facility in Ypsilanti, MI. A GM spokeswoman tells Bloomberg News the auto maker will make a final decision on the investment in the next few months. GM reportedly will build a new 6-speed, rear-wheel-drive transmission at Willow Run for use in performance vehicles beginning with the ’06-model year and ’07-model large SUVs. GM is developing the new 6-speeds in a joint venture with Ford Motor Co. GM ...

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