(Adds details, quotes, background; previous DETROIT) LOS ANGELES, Nov 29 (Reuters) - General Motors Corp. said on Wednesday it plans to make a plug-in electric hybrid version of the Saturn Vue Green Line, which will have double the fuel efficiency of any current sport utility vehicle. At the Greater Los Angeles Auto Show, GM Chief Executive Rick Wagoner called the plug-in hybrid technology a "top priority" for the automaker. "The technological hurdles are real, but we believe they are ...
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