The Invicta concept car unveiled in China last month not only signals a new design direction for Buick but a significant next step in how General Motors Corp. will differentiate vehicles sharing platforms, Vice Chairman and product boss Bob Lutz says. “Invicta is symbolic of the progress we continue to make revamping GM Global Product Development and rolling out our global architecture programs,” Lutz writes in a blog on GM’s website. The next-generation Buick LaCrossse, widely expected ...

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