General Motors Corp.’s Oshawa, ON, Canada, plant will be the first to build Two-Mode hybrid-electric versions of the auto maker’s fullsize pickups. Oshawa, which also was the lead plant for the launch of the GMT900-based ’07 Chevrolet Silverado and GMC Sierra pickups, will begin producing the hybrid versions in mid-2008, the auto maker says. The hybrid trucks are scheduled to go on sale in fall 2008. GM also is set to launch sales of Two-Mode versions of its GMT900-based Chevy Tahoe and ...

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