North American vehicle output is scheduled at 4,362,600 units in April-June, 0.3% ahead of prior-year’s 4,348,700 completions and just 9.5% less than the record 4,823,816 cars and trucks built in second-quarter 2000. At an average daily rate of 70,365 units on each of 62 work days, planned second-quarter production ranks fourth-best behind the 79,079 units built on each of 61 days in like-2000. In 2013, Q2 output ranked fifth-best, averaging 69,027 units on each of 63 days. With ...

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