It’s a tale of two luxury car strategies at General Motors. Saab, the Swedish operation fully owned by GM since 2000, recently turned down a chance to add a performance-oriented cross/utility vehicle to its lineup for ’04. The new model would have been based on Cadillac’s upcoming SRX slated for production at GM’s Lansing (MI) Grand River plant beginning June 2003. The reason for the rejection? Lack of money to transform the SRX’s Cadillac interior into one befitting a Saab. Unless the ...

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