DETROIT – Although General Motors Corp. has signed up suppliers to manage interiors for various vehicle programs, the car maker wants to make it clear it isn’t loosening its grip on styling of its vehicles’ interiors. Cadillac CTS interior However, a GM official promises suppliers hired as “interior integrators” including Magna’s Intier Automotive unit, Lear Corp. and Johnson Controls Inc will have more say than in the past as to what GM’s vehicle interiors will look like. ...

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