MILFORD, MI – General Motors Corp.’s plan to offer an all-new V-8 turbodiesel option on its light-duty fullsize pickups by the end of the decade adds fuel to the auto maker’s drive to improve the efficiency of its highest-volume vehicles. And if test-drives in a prototype mule at GM’s proving grounds here are any indication, the new engine will set new levels for diesel performance and refinement. “This new GM light-duty diesel is expected to become a favorite among customers who require ...

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