General Motors Corp. is set to open the first 80 to 150 Hummer dealerships this year, with at least one in each U.S. state. The design of the dealership showroom, unveiled Feb. 27, is a half Quonset-hut look. A GM dealer says the auto maker wanted to recognize Hummer’s history, but not make a military-like building. Upon entering the showroom, visitors will see an H-shape piece of distressed steel, ceilings with a height of 32-ft. (9.7 m) and room for four vehicles. There also will be a ...
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