DETROIT — Media attending the North American International Auto Show held here last month for the most part got precisely what it expected: hulking truck and sport/utility vehicle (SUV) concepts — and the hedge-bet middle ground, the crossover vehicles that make some attempt at promoting sensible size and utility. The real surprise was that General Motors Corp. came loaded for bear. GM filled its vast “GM Experience” exhibit area with a variety of concept vehicles, many of which hit the ...
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