Showing the passion many say has been lacking among General Motors Corp.'s top executives, Vice Chairman Harry J. Pearce gives Ford Motor Co., the media and others a tongue lashing while announcing last week that GM will begin producing Silverado/Sierra pickups with hybrid powertrains in 2004. Mr. Pearce also reveals that GM will begin delivery this fall of a hybrid powertrain for transit buses and that it has every intention of remaining the U.S.'s fuel economy leader; the automaker's ...

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