WILMINGTON, DE – Negotiations between General Motors Corp. and DaimlerChrysler AG to jointly develop a hybrid-electric powertrain have drawn interest from other auto makers, GM's top executive confirms. GM and DC announced in December they were working together to begin offering a fuel-saving, 2-mode hybrid-electric powertrain system in 2007 for front- and rear-wheel-drive vehicles. (See related story: GM, DC Reach Hybrid Pact) Development has continued during the last six months as GM ...
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