Will General Motors remain the world’s biggest auto maker? Will Ford continue to be the top-selling vehicle brand in America? Does anyone outside GM and Ford care? Executives at Detroit’s Big Two are busy mulling how they can hold their ground – all the while mentally preparing for the fallout in case they don’t. GM’s status as the No.1 car manufacturer on Earth is being challenged by Toyota, which has been moving steadily up the rankings and has its sights set on the ladder’s ...

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