chev volt to increase production

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On 3/9/2011 11:23 AM, Tom wrote:

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Wonder how will increased production translate to increased sales? <bg>
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>http://www.freep.com/article/20110309/BUSINESS0101/103090333/General-...topnews |text|FRONTPAGE
GM is seeking to build more than 25,000 Volts this year, up from the original target of about 10,000
produce 120,000 Volts annually starting next year, well above the current estimate of 45,000.
each Volt costs $40,000 to build, not including development costs, Steve Rattner, former head of the Obama administration's auto task force, wrote in his recent book.
The car's suggested retail price is $41,000
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