The world's automakers plan to cover plenty of ground at this year's Detroit auto show, unveiling everything from full-size sport/utility vehicles (SUVs) to environment-friendly green machines. General Motors Corp. is poised to steal the show with the “GM Experience,” a two story, 164,456-sq.-ft. exhibition pavilion that combines each of its 11 international brands and occupies nearly a third of the main hall at Cobo Center. GM will show four all-new concept vehicles and two new production ...

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