General Motors Corp. says it will double its number of cross-utility vehicles to 14 during the next four years. "GM is in the midst of an aggressive rollout of new cars, and we are starting the introduction of a whole new lineup of more refined, more fuel-efficient fullsize trucks," says Bob Lutz, GM vice chairman-product development. "But we also see great opportunity in strengthening and expanding our family of crossover vehicles." CUVs, which offer many truck-like amenities while ...

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