FRANKFURT -- General Motors is talking with BMW AG about using the German automaker's diesel engines in Cadillac vehicles sold in Europe, the Financial Times reports.
The newspaper says GM also may use engines built by its joint venture with Fiat. GM uses those engines in Saab vehicles. An Isuzu V-6 diesel in the Opel/Vauxhall Vectra also could be improved for Cadillac vehicles, the paper says.
The Financial Times quoted sources close to the discussions who say a decision is not imminent. But GM Vice Chairman Robert Lutz says a decision could be reached before the Geneva auto show in March.