General Motors Co. says a $483 million investment at its Spring Hill, TN, powertrain facility reflects the auto maker’s new reality built on fuel-efficient 4-cyl. engines and stricter fuel-economy requirements. “This is the future of General Motors, of fuel economy, of emissions and the greening of the auto industry,” GM North America President Mark Reuss tells Spring Hill workers at an event today. Reuss also calls the investment, which will increase production of current Ecotec 4-cyl. ...
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