Avanti Motor Corp. says production of its ’04 Studebaker Xtreme Utility Vehicle (XUV) will go forward despite a General Motors Corp. lawsuit alleging the vehicle is a trademark-infringing knockoff of its Hummer H2. GM filed the suit after seeing the Studebaker XUV by small manufacturer Avanti at last week’s Chicago Auto Show. GM says the vehicle "knocks off and misappropriates the shape of the H2" and it is "clear Avanti is attempting to profit from and capitalize upon the enormous ...

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