SEOUL – When David Lyon graduated from Detroit’s Center for Creative Studies with a degree in transportation design in 1990 the last thing he imagined was being chief creative designer for all of General Motors Corp.’s Asia/Pacific operations. In fact, his father told him he would spend many long years designing ashtrays and that sort of tedious thing, he says. GMDAT (and GM Asia/Pacific) new design chief David Lyon. But GM scooped up Lyon his senior year. He helped design the Alero ...

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