General Motors Corp. will build a midsize version of the Avalanche sport/utility pickup for its GMC division at its Oklahoma City assembly plant, sources tell Ward’s. Codenamed GMT305, the crossover — unlike Avalanche — will feature an open-air retractable notchback over the cargo area, sources indicate. Ron Zarrella, president of GM North America, gave a quick glimpse of the vehicle during a presentation last week in kicking off the Special Equipment Market Assn. show in Las Vegas. Mr. ...

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