WARREN, MI – As General Motor Corp. engineers work to solve the mechanical riddle of the upcoming Chevrolet Volt plug-in hybrid, the auto maker tasks designers with creating an aerodynamic body that optimizes the vehicle’s efficiency while also resonating with consumers. To speed the process along, the auto maker recently established a studio on the campus of its massive research and development center here dedicated solely to the design of vehicles that will use GM’s E-Flex propulsion ...
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