“We're just in the beginning stage of a 20-plus week production acceleration for the Chevrolet Impala,” says Gary White, General Motors Corp.'s vehicle line executive for mid-size cars. Production of the all-new Impala started in late November at GM's Oshawa, Ont., No.1 plant and has been in a slow ramp up since then. GM's production schedule calls for building 103,000 Impalas in 1999, with a sales target of 85,000 units. Mr. White says GM will build 200,000-plus units in the first full ...
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