The future is cloudy for General Motors Corp.’s Detroit/Hamtramck assembly plant, once symbolic of the automaker’s highly publicized missteps into high-tech manufacturing. The lineup at Hamtramck will be reduced to just two vehicles when output of the Seville luxury sedan ends in January 2004. The next-generation Seville, which likely will be renamed, will be built on the rear-wheel drive Sigma platform at GM’s new Lansing (MI) Grand River plant. It is expected to offer all-wheel drive, as ...

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