PHOENIX, AZ – General Motors Corp. has a head start on what it hopes will be a good news story. Job One of the Chevy Tahoe SUV, the first offspring of GMT900, GM’s new fullsize truck platform, was Dec. 1. That jumped the gun by about a week on the key program that already was slated to get under way five weeks ahead of schedule. “We were ready,” explains Gary White, fullsize truck vehicle line executive, at first test drives of the ’07 Tahoe here. And, “we know it’s pretty darn ...

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