WARREN, MI – General Motors Co. engineers continue to tweak the driving dynamics of the new-for-’11 Chevrolet Volt extended-range electric vehicle as production of salable units draws nearer, saying the meticulous process may even stretch beyond shipments to dealers. “We will continue tweaking after the vehicle is launched,” Doug Parks, vehicle line executive-Chevy Volt, tells Ward’s at a stopover Monday during media test drives of the car. “We want to learn from (owners).” GM will ship ...

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