General Motors Corp. moves closer to locating a new engine plant in Flint, MI, and says in paperwork filed with the city it may source the range-extending powertrain for its Chevrolet Volt extended-range electric vehicle from the facility. GM Chairman and CEO Rick Wagoner first announced the new plant last month as part of a broader restructuring plan aimed at rebalancing the auto maker’s production away from gas-guzzling trucks to more fuel-efficient passenger cars and cross/utility ...

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