New Venture Gear Inc. and Visteon Automotive Systems will join forces to supply General Motors Corp. with an all-wheel-drive system for undisclosed future models. NVG, taking the lead on the project, says its Muncie, IN, facility, which currently produces manual transmissions for trucks and assembles and manufactures differential units for passenger cars, will provide some of the major driveline components. Visteon also will supply part of the system, NVG says. The new contract follows a ...

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