Just a month after posting a robust first-quarter North American production slate, auto makers have added substantially to the number of trucks planned for assembly and trimmed car output slightly, although more cars are scheduled than were built a year ago. The tally could rise further if Ford, still reviewing its assembly plans, follows the industry trend by adding additional units when it finalizes its revisions later this month. Currently, there are 4,281,200 vehicles scheduled for ...

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