PALM SPRINGS, CA — General Motors Corp. has set a goal for half of its vehicle portfolio to be “innovative” vehicles or vehicles with innovative features and technologies, moving to 100% in five years. Though vague in terms of what constitutes “innovation,” the goal appears ambitious — and open to potential failures like the Pontiac Aztek, one of the company's first think-out-of-the-box efforts. Although inventive in interior space utilization and presenting some thoughtful features, the ...

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