NEW YORK – Vehicles developed with General Motor Corp.'s alliance partners will produce sales of at least 200,000 units annually here by 2005, says Jerry Gillespie, chief of GM’s international and joint venture programs for North America. He says sales of the new Chevrolet Equinox cross/utility vehicle, alone, are targeted to be "north of 100,000 annually." Chevy Equinox will lead GM alliance sales in North America. The 200,000 include vehicles developed by Holden Ltd. (Pontiac ...
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