Most employees in the trenches at General Motors Corp. get a glimpse of future vehicles the same way the general public does: through the lens of photographers’ cameras documenting glitzy auto show concepts. But in a move away from that long-standing practice, GM is providing some employees a peek at future cars and trucks two and three years in advance. The auto maker recently began ushering workers from various departments, such as marketing, engineering and even service and parts, ...
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