The burning question after General Motors Corp. had just wowed journalists with a special preview last week of several concept vehicles was: When will the automaker, notorious for slowly developing conservatively styled cars and trucks, bring these products to market? GM's not saying, but it is bringing them in the flesh to major auto shows around the globe in 2000, after the media peeped at them behind space age glasses in a virtual reality setup at the automaker's Tech Center in Warren, ...
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