General Motors Corp. executives said at this year’s Detroit auto show the company was positioning itself to make hybrid-electric vehicle technology available on as many as 1 million vehicles by 2007. Former GM Vice Chairman Harry Pearce with powertrain of GM’s upcoming parallel hybrid pickup truck. But projected sales for its first production HEV coming late this year won’t make much of an impact in that 2007 figure. GM engineers tell Ward’s the auto maker plans to sell just ...

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