PONTIAC, MI – General Motors Vice President Steve Kiefer says a new global small-engine program will go a long ways to meeting the automaker’s engine-architecture consolidation goals, a plan expected to yield significant cost savings. “It’s a huge piece of it,” Kiefer, GM’s top powertrain executive, tells WardsAuto. “This family will cover one-quarter of our (vehicle-production) volume.” The family of 3- and 4-cyl. Ecotec engines, ranging in ...

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