DETROIT – One of the most-watched product programs in recent history at General Motors Corp. is behind schedule. Delayed primarily by a protest from environmentalists regarding assembly plant emissions, GM’s Lansing (MI) Craft Centre factory didn’t make any SSRs in 2002. Through January, only five SSRs have been made, according to Ward's data. The vehicles were built at ASC Inc., a Southgate, MI-based supplier that co-developed SSR with GM. That’s not the production ramp-up GM CEO Rick ...
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