DETROIT -- General Motors Corp.’s global Epsilon program will spawn 13 or 14 body styles for about five brands, including a convertible version of the Pontiac Grand Am, a company executive tells Ward’s. The midsize platform will be produced in volumes of 1.2 million to 1.4 million units annually by 2005-2006. “I think it’s probably the greatest undertaking we’re doing,” says Gene Stefanyshyn, vehicle line executive-Mid Cars and Mid Crossovers. The first Epsilon-based vehicle, Opel ...

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