MILFORD, MI – Engineers at General Motors Corp.’s proving grounds here unveil two new light-truck engines, the latest volley in a wide-ranging plan that will see the resurgent GM and its Powertrain division launch several significant new or redesigned engines in the next two years. GM Powertrain engineers say new inline 4-cyl. (top) and 5-cyl. engines provide class-leading performance and fuel economy, while optimizing parts commonality to reduce manufacturing cost and complexity. ...

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