TURIN -- “You are going to hear rumors that there’s turmoil and change afoot in the product lineup, and that’s exactly correct,” says Bob Lutz, General Motors Corp.’s new vice chairman of product development and chairman of GM North America. Lutz was talking about the U.S., but GM’s new product czar could just as easily have been discussing GM’s situation in Europe. Lutz and Carl-Peter Forster, Adam Opel AG’s new boss, have torn up much of Vauxhall/Opel’s existing product plan. For ...
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