DETROIT – General Motors Corp. unveils at the Society of Automotive Engineers World Congress here its STS SAE 100, a Cadillac STS heavily modified to demonstrate how 50 advanced-technology features can be mutually supporting to deliver the utmost in automotive safety, performance and convenience. Engineers from GM’s Concept Vehicles and Performance Div. undertook the 10-month, $1 million-plus project to highlight the scope of the company’s cooperation with supplier partners and to help the ...

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