BOSTON – Bryan Nesbitt, General Motors Corp.’s 38-year-old vice president of design for North America, catapulted to styling stardom while at the former Chrysler Corp., creating the groundbreaking retro-looking PT Cruiser in 1999 that now seems to be losing its luster. Since joining GM in 2001, Nesbitt has focused more on contemporary designs, rather than pursuing the past. His current design portfolio includes the ’03 Chevrolet SS, ’06 Saab Aero X and the ’07 Opel GTC concept. He also ...
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