Speculation has swirled in automotive circles almost since Bob Lutz joined General Motors Corp. in September 2001: Who will replace him when he finally hangs it up? Names such as Mark Hogan, group vice president-advanced products, who reports to Lutz, and Tom Stephens, who heads GM Powertrain, have been bandied about, plus those of numerous others inside and outside GM. Mark Hogan (top) and Tom Stephens frequently are mentioned as possible successors to Bob Lutz. But there ...
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