General Motors Corp.'s Atlas program is developing an all-aluminum engine family that likely will be built at the automaker's new engine plant in Flint, MI, and used in its next-generation compact pickups and midsize sport/utility vehicles (SUVs), sources say. GM also has a smaller all-aluminum powerplant that currently is in pre-production at its Tonawanda, NY, engine factory and will debut later this year in Saturn Corp.'s L-Series midsize sedan, sources indicate. The two all-aluminum ...
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