General Motors Corp., for years a latecomer into hot segments, says it has a corps of forthcoming vehicles targeted at the emerging crossover market that will change its slowpoke status. The segment busters will begin to appear after GM rolls out its full-size sport/utility vehicles this fall. “We have a lot of crossover-type vehicles in the pipeline that have tested very, very strongly. In a couple cases we're going to be first to market,” says Michael DiGiovanni, GM's chief of North ...

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