The North American auto industry’s already rapid third-quarter output pace got a bit more frenetic with the addition of 32,100 vehicles in the latest round of production-schedule updates. The revised slate calls for the assembly of 4,244,500 vehicles in July-September, a 7.3% increase from year-ago’s 3,956,800 completions. With light-truck sales soaring, it came as no surprise that planned truck output increased, while car production was trimmed. Scheduled truck output climbed by ...

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