When General Motors Corp. came up with a concept vehicle, sporting a militaristic design, called "Chunk" in 1998, the auto maker decided to show it to consumers to see if it could be a viable addition to the GM lineup. This month, "Chunk" goes on sale, though it carries the Hummer H2 name. H2 is the first product of an alliance in which GM bought the Hummer name from AM General. Bolting the front end of a Chevy Suburban to the rear end of a Chevy Tahoe, it attached a Hummer badge to the ...
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