DETROIT – A top-ranking General Motors Corp. executive says it’s unlikely the auto maker will reach its hybrid-sales goal in 2009, given gasoline prices are under $2 a gallon, while also reporting a weak start to overall new-vehicle sales in 2009. Ironically, Ed Peper, vice president and general manager-Chevrolet division, also announces at the Automotive News World Congress here a special edition of the Chevy Corvette sports car for the ’10 model year. “It’s a driver’s edition, with ...
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