MILFORD, MI – A top truck executive confirms General Motors Corp. is developing a diesel version of its new light-duty trucks – effectively joining the race to deliver the segment’s first diesel application since the 1980s. Gary White, GM vehicle line executive-fullsize trucks, tells Ward’s the auto maker could be ready to unveil the new mill within six months, if not sooner. “We definitely have a program, and we’ll be making some announcements very quickly,” White says during a press ...

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