General Motors Corp. confirms it has scrapped plans for its Zeta rear-/all-wheel-drive car platform for North America that was to spawn a series of midsize and fullsize passenger cars. Zeta, which is under development at Holden Ltd. in Australia but also was to be produced in North America, is being shelved for North America, due to cost issues. Buick Velite convertible part of Zeta program. The news GM is suspending the program for North America comes just days after the auto maker ...
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