DETROIT, May 24 (Reuters) - General Motors Corp's restructuring efforts are starting to bear fruit, Bob Lutz, GM's vice chairman and global product chief, said on Wednesday. Lutz, speaking at an industry dinner at which he was honored, said GM was allowing its designers freer rein in creating vehicles such as the Pontiac Solstice convertible. "We will get this thing turned around," Lutz said, referring to the broad restructuring effort at the world's No.1 automaker.
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