Cunningham Motor stops development, hit by lawsuit


DETROIT, Sept 23 (Reuters) - Cunningham Motor Co., the nascent maker of ultra-luxury vehicles founded by Briggs Cunningham III and General Motors Corp. Vice Chairman Robert Lutz, on Monday said it suspended further development on the C-7 car. Cunningham said it stopped work due to a lawsuit filed by Briggs Cunningham, the son of car designer Briggs Swift Cunningham Jr., against his co-founders, management, and other shareholders, including General Motors. Cunningham alleged in his ...

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