General Motors Corp. has created an all-new platform to support a cross/utility vehicle for Saab and Cadillac, entries that could be slated for the ’10 model year. The new platform, dubbed TE, is a combination of the Global Compact Crossover Architecture (Theta) and Global Midsize Vehicle Architecture (Epsilon). The new TE will underpin the planned Saab 9-4X and Cadillac BRX CUVs, Ward’s learns. A strong candidate to build the new CUVs is the Ramos Arizpe, Mexico, plant. However, GM ...

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