WARREN, MI – It’s the exotic stuff such as hybrids that get all the headlines, but sometimes it’s a lot of little things that have the biggest impact on reducing gasoline consumption. That’s the message engineers send here in detailing new technology and design improvements that will boost fuel economy about 1 mpg (0.4 km/L) in General Motors Corp. light-duty fullsize pickups and SUVs for ’05. Silverado’s class-leading highway fuel economy to get better in ’05. Auto makers are under ...

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