PONTIAC, MI – General Motors Corp., in an effort to improve both the performance and fuel economy of its vehicles, unleashes a flurry of revisions to its future powertrain lineup. Unveiled here at GM Powertrain’s headquarters, the changes include 19 all-new or significantly revised engines and transmissions for ’07 vehicles. Although several of the new powertrains already have been detailed in current or soon-to-be-released vehicles, Tom Stephens, group vice president-GM Powertrain, says ...

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