WARREN, MI – General Motors Corp. breaks design functions for its Cadillac brand into a separate studio to focus more closely on the luxury division’s pending product blitz. “I wanted a team that really understood the premium brand,” says Ed Welburn, GM vice president-global design and product planning. GM organizes its central design studios here by architecture, such as fullsize truck or small and midsize passenger cars. GM switched to that structure from one based on brands about 10 ...

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