DETROIT – General Motors Corp. plans on selling 26,000 Saturn Ion small cars this year and delivering 11,000 Chevy SSRs annually, a top company executive tells analysts gathered here for an investor-relations event. Ion sedan output will begin at the auto maker’s Spring Hill, TN, assembly plant in the fall, followed by the start up of coupe production in December, reveals Gary Cowger, president-GM North America. The new cars replace the entry-level S-series models in Saturn’s lineup. ...
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