General Motors Corp.'s in-vehicle entertainment system offered in Oldsmobile Silhouette and Pontiac Montana minivans is doing so well with buyers that installation on the Chevrolet Venture will begin in July and an improved system is being prepared for early 2000. It's a similar script at Nissan Motor Corp. U.S.A., which has extended a supply agreement with Audiovox Corp. through the '99 model year. And Ford Motor Co. has entered the picture with an aftermarket system that will become a ...

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