General Motors Corp. adds a thrifty 4-cyl. engine to the ’10 Buick LaCrosse and the vehicle’s chief engineer says future plans call for a hybrid version. “We are always working on future applications for our hybrids, (with) the exact introduction plans to be announced later by Buick marketing,” says James Frederico, global vehicle line executive-midsize cars at GM. Earlier today, researchers at the University of Michigan released a study claiming GM discounted consumer demands for ...
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