NEW YORK – General Motor Corp.’s Lansing (MI) Delta Township Assembly Center is slowly ramping up Saturn Outlook production to provide enough inventory for the cross/utility vehicle’s market launch by year’s end. So says Anna Kretz, GM vehicle line executive-Midsize Crossover Architecture (Lambda) platform cars. “GMC’s Acadia will be right behind, and the Buick Enclave will roll off the assembly line in the spring,” she says. At a dinner with automotive writers here recently, Kretz says ...

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