CHICAGO – General Motors Corp. will turn over nearly its entire lineup of North American vehicles between now and ’08, says a top-ranking executive. GM continues to work on platform for Solstice. "Got a factoid for you,” Gary Cowger, president-North America, says. “Ninety percent of our cars will be changed over the next four years." By "changed" he means either totally new or a major next-generation remake, he adds. "No one has that kind of product offensive," Cowger says, ...

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