PLYMOUTH, MI – General Motors Corp. does not intend to bring a hybrid version of its new-for-’10 Chevrolet Equinox cross/utility vehicle to market right now, despite the clamor from car buyers for fuel-sipping technology. “There are no plans for a hybrid at this point,” Ed Peper, GM North America vice president-Chevrolet, tells journalists at a preview of the new Equinox here. The announcement comes as somewhat of a surprise, despite the very efficient ’10 model’s all-new 2.4L ...

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