PARIS – The next-generation Chevrolet Colorado and GMC Canyon will reflect General Motors Corp.’s commitment to global product development. Like the current pickups, the next-generation trucks will be a joint project with Isuzu Motors Ltd. assuming the engineering lead, Bob Lutz, GM vice chairman-global product development, tells Ward’s in a recent interview here. But the arrangement is more complicated this time around. GM announced in April it was selling its 7.9% stake in Isuzu in ...

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