General Motors Corp. executives have some big forecasts for some pretty big vehicles, including light trucks and crossover vehicles grabbing two-thirds of sales by 2005. Even sooner, in 2004, total luxury light truck sales will hit 605,000 in 2004, says Gary White, vehicle line executive, full-size trucks. That's up from 1999 figures of 245,000 luxury truck deliveries and a market split evenly among cars and trucks. GM projects sales of upscale light trucks hitting 262,000 this year and ...

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