A U.S. District Court Judge delays hearing General Motors Corp.’s request for a temporary injunction against Avanti Motor Corp. until Feb. 26. GM wants Avanti to remove its Studebaker Xtreme Utility Vehicle (XUV) from the floor of the Chicago Auto Show because GM says the vehicle is too similar to its own Hummer H2 SUV. Avanti Chairman and CEO Michael E. Kelly says the lawsuit GM filed over the Studebaker XUV has brought more attention to the vehicle. “We are extremely excited for our ...

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