CHICAGO – Look for the first creation from Chevrolet designer Bryan Nesbitt to hit the auto show circuit as early as January. Nesbitt, 32, penned the Chrysler PT Cruiser prior to being lured to General Motors Corp. last year. He worked for DaimlerChrysler Corp. for eight years before switching allegiances. "You'll see a brilliant Chevy concept at next year's auto shows that's unmistakably Nesbitt," says Chevrolet General Manager Kurt Ritter, refusing to elaborate. Meanwhile, Ritter ...

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