North American car and truck output plans remained on track toward an any-quarter record performance of nearly 4.9 million units last week, following the latest round of scheduling reviews. By increasing February-March production plans by 18,800 units, industry planners effectively reinstated more than half of the 30,700 vehicles pared from January-March plans a month ago, perhaps misjudging the strength of the new-car market. An estimated underbuild of 22,600 units is expected to bring ...

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