The spotlight shines on General Motors Corp.’s Performance Div. at the annual Specialty Equipment Market Assoc. trade show in Las Vegas, where the auto maker is displaying nearly 40 production and concept vehicles. The highlights include a Chevrolet Cobalt SS Supercharged sedan small car concept and the production-intent Cadillac SRX Sport cross/utility vehicle. Car nut and talk show host Jay Leno chats with GM executives Bob Lutz and Gary Cowger at the SEMA show. “Our goal is to ...
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