Saab Automobile design chief Michael Mauer adds more responsibility to his job description as he takes on advanced design activities for all of General Motors Corp.’s European brands. Mauer will continue to run the Saab design shop, although he also will work with designers at Opel/Vauxhall on future vehicle designs. Mauer joined Saab in May 2000 as chief designer and will continue to report to Saab Chairman and CEO Peter Augustsson on Saab projects, while reporting to Hans Demant, vice ...

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