General Motors Corp.'s answer to the new sport/utility vehicle (SUV)-pickup sub-segment is getting rave reviews from analysts, who got a sneak preview Jan. 29 of GM future products timed to appear in '00-'02 timeframe. The automaker also raised new speculation about a Holden-derived line of U.S. vehicles, possibly including new Cadillac Catera, Chevrolet Caprice and Camaro/Firebird. “Overall, these are the first cars I've seen in a long time from GM that truly had some emotional, ...
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