General Motors Corp. ramps up production of its Chevrolet Silverado and GMC Sierra heavy-duty pickup trucks, underpinned by the auto maker’s new GMT900 platform. The new trucks represent the final leg in the rollout of the GMT900, which replaced the GMT800 architecture that ended production last month after an 11.5 million-unit run. The new heavy-duty trucks, technically listed as Class 2 and Class 3 models, respectively, include the 2500HD (three-quarter ton) and 3500HD (1 ton). The ...

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