General Motors Corp. and Nissan Motor Corp. U.S.A. will share much of the spotlight at the Chicago auto show, which opens to the public Feb. 13. Among GM offerings will be the new Pontiac Bonneville, which is based on the same platform as the Buick LeSabre launched last month in Detroit, and the revamped Chevrolet Monte Carlo. Nissan will show off the '00 Maxima, due on the market this summer, as well as its NCS (New Concept Sedan) hybrid concept that's part sport/utility, minivan, ...
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