GM to have colossal car show display DETROIT — General Motors Corp. says it will have the biggest display ever at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit in January. The 15,277-sq.-m. (164,456-sq.-ft.), two-level exhibit will house all of its brands, including Saab and Saturn, plus vehicles from overseas subsidiaries Holden Ltd., Vauxhall Motors Ltd. and Adam Opel AG. Called The GM Experience, the automaker is spending somewhere between US$10 million-US$100 million on the ...
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