Rivian beats pickup truck's big boys to market
Plus, insurance premiums set to rise by billions as world gets warmer
. . . . Between them, Ford (F), General Motors (GM) and Stellantis (STLA) — the newly minted multinational that owns Chrysler — sell dozens of models in the U.S. But the most important to their bottom lines are their full-size pickup trucks. Chrysler has its popular Ram (about 600,000 sold last year), GM produces the big-selling GMC Sierra…
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