TOKYO — General Motors Corp. and Isuzu Motors Ltd. have joined forces to develop the next-generation S-10 family of small pickups, a program expected to yield 500,000 units annually — the largest project undertaken by the two in their 30-year partnership. The Isuzu-badged concept truck, recently unveiled here, will result in production versions for both Isuzu and GM — each with distinct sheetmetal. The truck’s development is a joint effort that leverages each other’s resources and ...
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