A B-car will launch first from General Motors Corp.’s assembly site in Orion Township, MI, followed by a C-segment vehicle, the auto maker says, confirming the plant has won a reprieve. Nearly two-thirds of the site’s planned annual capacity of 160,000 units will be devoted to B-car output, expected to begin in 2011 as the bankrupt auto maker gears up to meet the anticipated growth in demand for downsized vehicles, GM North America President Troy Clarke tells journalists today via ...

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