Plans to strengthen General Motors Corp.'s position in the full-size truck market include increasing annual production capacity to 1.7 million units, delivering 20 new products in the next 30 months and confirming it will offer 4-wheel steering in the '02 model year, the automaker told journalists March 30. But even prior to the product barrage, Gary White, vehicle line executive for GM full-size trucks, predicts GM will steal momentum from Ford Motor Co. this year by surpassing its rival ...

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