In keeping with last year's trend of approving several concept cars for production, the Cadillac LAV (Luxury Activity Vehicle) crossover due in 2003 will closely mimic the Vizón sport wagon concept unveiled last week with six other auto show vehicles at General Motors Corp.'s Warren, MI, Tech Center. In addition, Buick's 2001 Bengal coupe concept car will be used as inspiration with the 2000 LaCrosse concept for a new Buick due in 2003-2004 that may revive the Riviera badge (see Ward's ...
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