From Delta to Zeta, General Motors Corp.’s use of ancient numerals to differentiate its global vehicle platforms apparently was all Greek to some in the industry. GM says the designations, which it began using in the early 1990s, have led to confusion and inaccuracies in the auto press. As a result, the auto maker will ditch the Greek designations over the course of the next year or so, turning to more generic phrases to describe its global architectures. For instance, its Epsilon ...

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