DETROIT – General Motors Co. Vice Chairman Tom Stephens says the auto maker plans to offer diesel technology in an upcoming midsize car in the U.S., but stops short of offering a specific timetable. “We ought to have something out there,” Stephens tells Ward’s on the sidelines of a U.S. Department of Energy conference here today. GM has not offered a diesel engine in a U.S. passenger car since the 1980s, when high fuel prices and regulatory pressure pushed auto makers to a disastrous ...

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