DETROIT – Brent Dewar, Chevrolet general manager, foresees a day when Chevy will have the No.1 best-selling midsize car in the U.S. in this decade. Either Malibu or Impala could achieve that target, he suggests. “Sometime in this decade, we will have (individual) cars that will be produced in volumes greater than 500,000 units," he says confidently. "I foresee the day coming when we are very dominant in cars.” What's more, he says Chevrolet can achieve its goal without depending on a ...
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