DETROIT – With the early work by General Motors Corp.’s Performance Div. focusing on the auto maker’s cars, expect forthcoming efforts to concentrate on pickups and SUVs. “I think that you might (see a performance truck focus),” Mark Reuss, GM Performance Div. executive director-operations, tells Ward's. “I think that you might see some truck things that are pretty cool.” Reuss says the performance group is just as serious about working with trucks as with cars. “We’re just trying to get ...

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