Cadillac should get official confirmation on the Evoq roadster in two to three months, and may get a sport/utility-pickup, as has been rumored, to compete with the Lincoln Blackwood, “It's a possibility,” acknowledges General Motors Corp. North America chief Ronald L. Zarrella. “We're looking at it.” • Ford Chief Executive Jac Nasser says the next-generation Taurus will closely resemble the automaker's Prodigy hybrid sedan shown at the Detroit auto show. • DaimlerChrysler Corp. ...

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