By Michael Ellis DETROIT, Feb 26 (Reuters) - The Cadillac Sixteen, a 1,000 horsepower 16-cylinder luxury sedan concept vehicle that was the hit of the Detroit auto show, will probably not go into production, General Motors Corp.'s Chief Financial Officer said on Wednesday. But GM CFO and Vice Chairman John Devine confirmed during a Prudential Securities conference in New York that GM will build the Hummer H3, a smaller version of the rugged Hummer H2, the military-like sport utility ...
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