DETROIT -- General Motors Corp. acquires a minority stake in Cunningham Motor Co., a company founded in early 2000 by GM Vice Chairman-Product Development Bob Lutz prior to his arrival at GM in August. Cunningham aims to develop a world-class touring car to compete against Aston Martin, Ferrari and other super opulent nameplates. Under the deal, Lutz will not participate in transactions between the companies but continues as a member of Cunningham's board of directors.

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