GM announced a $175 million investment for the full-size truck plant in Ft. Wayne, Ind. All new Chevy and GMC full-size trucks will be readied for model year 2007, and much like the F-150 was for Ford, will be a make or break situation for GM. The new larger Tundra will be released around the same time, vying for even more of the full-size market. GM's new large SUVs will appear about a year earlier than the pickups replacing the aging Tahoe, Yukon and Escalade.
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