NEW YORK — Journalists were in overdrive before even setting foot on the show floor at last month's 101st New York international auto show. General Motors Corp. temporarily shut down Times Square as its Hummer H2 concept was driven into a network television studio by actor Arnold Schwarzenegger. Derived from the 2003 production model, H2 closely resembles the original H1 from an exterior design standpoint. The inside, however, is roomier and feasible for everyday use. H2 features GM's ...
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