General Motors Corp.'s Car Group will be busy shuffling its assembly plant network this summer due to the addition of Saturn Corp.'s L-Series and the elimination of the Oldsmobile Cutlass. A company insider confirms July 2 as the target date for the Cutlass build-out at GM's Oklahoma City P90 model assembly plant, which also currently makes the Chevrolet Malibu. Oklahoma City then will become GM's exclusive source for the popular Chevy midsize sedan, a responsibility previously shared with ...

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