DETROIT – Less is more for General Motors Corp. in the midsize car segment. The auto maker plans to reduce its number of midsize market entries from 15 to 10 nameplates in the next four years, but improve its performance and profits with several all-new products, Gene Stefanyshyn, vehicle line executive-midsize vehicles, says during a presentation to investors and analysts. Chevy Malibu Over a 3-year period, GM’s global front-wheel-drive/all-wheel-drive Epsilon platform will ...
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