TURIN -- Bob Lutz, vice-president of product design, appears to be living up to his promise of “turmoil and change in the product plan” for a once lackluster General Motors Corp. Backed by President and CEO Rick Wagoner, he’s been busy empowering GM’s long-frustrated designers to come up with beautiful cars and is goading the engineers to keep up. His mission is to revitalize GM, delivering quality cars at affordable prices, on time and to budget. Interestingly, he is taking some of ...

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