WARREN, MI – Powertrain engineers and automotive enthusiasts already understand the power- and efficiency-enhancing aspects of direct injection, and now General Motors Corp. will try to convince the rest of the auto-buying public of its advantages. During a recent event at GM’s technical center here, executives rolled out the auto maker’s growing roster of popularly priced vehicles featuring the advanced fuel-injection technology, which until recently has been so expensive most auto makers ...
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