DETROIT, June 19 (Reuters) - General Motors Corp. has delayed plans to redesign its line-up of pickup trucks and sports utility vehicles as demand for the vehicles has dropped amid record high U.S. gas prices. "We are going to postpone the next complete update on the trucks," GM spokesman Tom Wilkinson said on Thursday. Surging oil prices are driving the U.S. auto market to near-decade lows and forcing Americans to avoid trucks and sport utility vehicles in favor of more fuel-efficient ...
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