New Grand Prix boasts a more muscular exterior. General Motors Corp. gives car buyers their first look at a heavily revamped Grand Prix for ’04 at the Texas State Fair. The new model, said to show the hand of product guru and North American Chairman Bob Lutz, features a more neatly trimmed, athletic exterior that does away with much of the bulky, add-on plastic cladding cluttering up the current-generation car. "What began with the sleek design of the ’03 Vibe and ...

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