NEW YORK – While Buick unveiled a new fullsize, rear-wheel-drive convertible called the Velite at the New York auto show, a sedan will be first up in the lineup, probably in the ’07 model year as a replacement for the front-wheel-drive Park Avenue. Bob Lutz, vice chairman-product development for General Motors Corp., says the Velite represents only the first of a variety of both fullsize and midsize RWD vehicles that will come in the near future off a new platform called Zeta. ...

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