DETROIT – Walt Dorfstatter, the newly installed president of OnStar Inc., says it is likely Hummer and Saab vehicles will retain the telematics service after parent General Motors Co. sheds the brands. Dorfstatter tells Ward’s after a tour of the new OnStar Electric Vehicle Lab here that he remains in frequent contact with other auto makers regarding adding the GM-exclusive service to their vehicles. The lab was opened to journalist in town to cover an EV conference being held in the ...
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