USA: Gm To Introduce Full-Size Pickup Truck With Hybrid Electric Propulsion In 2004
General Motors Corp. will produce a full-size pickup truck featuring a hybrid powertrain beginning in 2004, underscoring GM's intent to remain the nation's fuel-economy leader. GM's light truck fuel efficiency today is 4 percent better than Ford's. "It's simple: We lead in truck fuel economy today and General Motors intends to remain the leader in five years," Vice Chairman Harry J. Pearce told reporters at a briefing Wednesday.
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