General Motors Corp.’s next-generation Global Midsize Vehicle Architecture will spawn three new variants on top of the current stable of models. Jim Queen, vice president-GM global engineering, says the upgraded platform, formerly known as Epsilon, also is driving cost savings as it extends its reach into other markets and within existing ones. “In total, we are going to avoid about a billion dollars of expenditures in the lifecycle of this next generation of Epsilon,” Queen tells ...
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