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The General will be launching new models at a slightly more aggressive rate than the industry average. Fast enough, Murphy figures, for it to stabilize its U.S. market share at its current level of 19.7%. The big news will be the launch of the next generation of full-size pickups and SUVs like the Chevy Silverado and Cadillac Escalade. Two important sedans, Chevy's Impala and Malibu, are also coming. Luxury customers will be watching for a pair of new Cadillacs: the smaller ATS and the larger XTS (pictured).


By Alex Taylor III, senior editor-at-large @FortuneMagazine - Last updated December 28 2011: 12:32 PM ET
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