General Motors Corp.'s Chevrolet's SSR concept performance pickup will move into production late in 2002 as an '03 model. And, as expected, so too will the Cadillac division's Evoq high-performance roadster. SSR pricing is not determined, but based on its anticipated specification and appeal, a number above $30,000 is expected. The retro-styled 2-seater pickup, drawing cues from Chevy pickups of the late '40s and early '50s, already is likened by some experts as a Corvette truck. It will ...
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