PLYMOUTH, MI – Ed Welburn, General Motors Corp. vice president and head of global design, says so far the auto maker’s massive restructuring has not cut too deeply into his department, a reflection perhaps of the renewed influence outgoing Vice Chairman Bob Lutz placed on building a good-looking car. “I don’t feel any pleasure in the fact we may not be impacted as much as other areas,” the soft-spoken, 58-year-old design director tells Ward’s during a recent media preview here of the ’10 ...

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