HILTON HEAD ISLAND, SC – Wayne Cherry, design chief at General Motors Corp., may be calling it a career, but he promises a number of pivotal designs will succeed him over the next few years. Outgoing GM design chief Wayne Cherry. "We're working on how we might do the aspirational Cadillac 16-cyl. car," he tells Ward’s in an interview while acting as judge at a Councours d'Elegance here. There also will be an important announcement on the Pontiac Solstice at the Detroit auto ...

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