General Motors Corp. has plans to do away with its 3.1L and 3.4L cast-iron block OHV V-6 engines as early as '03 and not later than '05. The aged V-6s will be supplanted by all-new, all-aluminum overhead cam V-6 engine currently known under the code name Electron, sources tell WEVTU. It's also feasible Electron, which will be built in displacements ranging from 2.8L to 3.6L, could replace the 3.5L Twin Cam “Premium” V-6 — presently used exclusively by the Oldsmobile Intrigue and Aurora — ...
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