NEW YORK – General Motors Corp. is putting on hold some planned rear-wheel-drive vehicles as a result of potential increases in federal fuel economy requirements, a top executive says. “We’ve pushed the pause button. It’s no longer full speed ahead,” Vice Chairman Bob Lutz says in an interview at the auto show here. Two of the most important RWD cars in the works are the Chevy Camaro sports coupe due late in calendar 2008 and the fullsize replacement for the Chevy Impala sedan that was ...
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