WARREN, MI – Retiring General Motors Co. Vice Chairman Bob Lutz can look back at a 47-year career in the auto industry, but he chooses instead to look ahead. In a wide-ranging interview today with Ward’s, the 77-year-old product guru predicts a surge in acceptance for C-segment cars among American consumers, the disappearance of console shifters and rapid evolution for GM’s battery-powered flagship, the Chevrolet Volt. Lutz also expresses confidence his employer will thrive in his ...

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