General Motor Corp. says it will construct a new rollover test facility at its Milford, MI, proving grounds. The new facility is the centerpiece of a $33 million investment GM says it will make in state-of-the-art crash-testing capability. The $10 million test center will be used to develop rollover-sensing systems for airbags and design occupant protection systems that reduce the likelihood of passenger ejection in a crash. GM says the facility will open late next year and will ...

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