AutoExec January 2006
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New car with bow Detroit Carmakers' January Sales Up
Unexpectedly, GM posted a 6 percent sales jump last month, while DaimlerChrysler’s sales rose 4.8 percent and Ford’s 1.9 percent.

NADA Press Conference: Chief Economist Taylor to Present Sales Forecast, Market Analysis
Paul Taylor will offer predictions and a review of 2005 at the NADA convention in Orlando on February 11.

GM to Build Hybrid SUVs with Enhanced Technology
The make will launch hybrid versions of the Chevy Tahoe and GMC Yukon.

DaimlerChrysler Plant Shows Way of Future
At a new Illinois factory, workers rotate between jobs and robots can quickly change tools, boosting production and cutting build time.

More headlines: Bush Says New Fuels Will Bring a New Era ... NADA Announces Key Staff Changes ... First-Time Car Buyers Seek Out the Internet ... GM Calls Back Exec to Boost Its Image ...

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