The Detroit Three carmakers return triumphantly to their hometown auto show Monday flush with profits from popular vehicles and the rewards of successful -- though painful -- restructuring.
GM headquarters on July 12, 2006 in downtown Detroit, Michigan. GM, which remains firmly in the top spot at home with a 17.9 percent share, lost market share after eliminating brands to streamline operations.
But the competition is not standing still, and with the United States one of the few bright spots in the automotive market, the fight for customers will be fierce.
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