DETROIT -- It was a year ago at the North American International Auto Show that Robert Lutz placed his considerable clout behind a new kind of car company. The Cunningham Motor Co. would be a “virtual” enterprise that wouldn’t need expensive factories or a lot of workers – just capable, enterprising suppliers and some two dozen employees. Lutz described the Cunningham C7 Grand Touring Concept as a 2+2 coupe with V-12 power and a rich heritage in American motor sports. The veil was ...
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