After losing the No.1 sales spot in the U.S. market that it had for 76 years to Toyota back in 2008, General Motors looks to be making a comeback with its newly found momentum. For instance, 2010 sales for Toyota tallied to 8.42 million vehicles, while General Motors finished breathing down the Japanese company’s neck, selling 8.39 million. Additionally, Chevrolet sold more than the Toyota nameplate for 2010 and GMC, Buick and Cadillac posted higher sales percentage gains than any other brand. Will 2011 be the year GM is back on top? From the looks of things, it looks very possible.