MILFORD, MI –Daily output of General Motors Corp.’s three Vortec inline engines will total 3,500 units, a company executive says here during test drives of the all-new 2.8L 4-cyl and inline 3.5L 5-cyl. powerplants. GM's Vortec engines “We could go beyond that, but it would take more investment,” says Ron Kociba, GM Powertrain chief engineer. “We could also run overtime and get about 10% more output.” (see related story: GM Ready with Two New Engines from Inline Family) The ...

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