The all-new Chevy Silverado might be GM's most profitable product. Photo: General Motors.
This past week, General Motors reported a $2.3 billion dollar pre-tax profit, powered by strong pickup sales at home that led to a $2 billion profit in North America alone.
It was a good result, and as GM's overseas operations continue to pick up steam, the company's bottom line should look even better in coming quarters. But as Fool contributor John Rosevear points out in this video, GM is set to make big gains at home, too -- thanks to a bunch of new models, starting with the all-new Chevy Silverado.
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