General Motors Corp. is stepping up its efforts to re-enter the police car business. GM's Chevrolet Div. now believes it can sell 15,000 to 20,000 units of its front-drive Impala this year, up from earlier projections of 5,000 to 10,000 units (see Ward's Automotive Reports — Dec. 27, '99, p.3). The 70,000-unit annual police car business is now 90% controlled by Ford Motor Co. with its rear-drive Ford Crown Victoria, but Chevrolet — a minor player in the police car business for four years ...
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