CHICAGO – The latest run-up in gasoline prices has General Motors Corp. considering ratcheting up production of its fullsize Chevy Tahoe and GMC Yukon hybrid SUVs. “We may build more hybrid Tahoes and GMC Yukons than originally expected,” Chevrolet General Manager Ed Peper says at an unveiling here of a new high-mileage Malibu LTZ sedan. “I don’t know how many more,” Peper says of the hybrid SUVs. “This is what we’re investigating, what it will take to build more since there is a finite ...
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