NEW YORK – General Motors Corp. is confident it has the goods on tap to be a top player in most sectors of the U.S. car and truck market. ’04 Chevrolet Malibu: “There is no weakness in the car”. "We can be No.1 or No.2 in every segment we choose to play in," says GM Vice Chairman-Product Development Robert Lutz. "In some segments, we're there now." GM is 20%-30% along in a program to overhaul its entire vehicle lineup and bring out new models, Lutz tells Ward’s in an ...
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