Within just a few months, General Motors Corp. could begin breaking ground on up to three all-new assembly plants to build a series of small vehicles in the U.S., an executive who heads up the automaker's controversial “Yellowstone” program says in an interview. The Yellowstone project, which encompasses both of GM's new Delta and Epsilon car platforms, is controversial because it is designed to have outside suppliers provide 15 built-up modules — including the interior cockpit, doors, ...
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