CHICAGO — General Motors Corp.'s Powertrain Div. director of advanced engineering, Fritz Indra, brings a group of his development engineers and samples of new engines and transmissions here for a presentation to the Midwest Automotive Media Assn. In his formal talk, Mr. Indra confirms GM's historic dedication to those advances that give the biggest “bang for the buck,” relating the strategy to GM's enormous investment in design, engineering, production and on-the-road proven reliability of ...
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