The final tally for global auto sales shows that General Motors just edged out hard-charging Toyota in 2007 by a whisker.
GM sold 9.369 million vehicles and Toyota sold 9.366 million, a difference of 3,000 cars.
GM is in the midst of revamping its operations and offerings, pouring money into smaller vehicles and a variety of alternative engines, from hybrids to hydrogen powered to electronic.
Looking ahead 10 years, what do you think the GM/Toyota balance will be?
-- Grove Potter