General Motors Corp.’s Buick evokes the past when it unveils a new, low-roofline, 4-door concept car at next week’s Beijing auto show dubbed the Invicta. The name first appeared on a Buick in 1959, but officials say the concept has no particular connection to the original Invicta, which was a fullsize passenger car. “I wouldn’t read anything into it,” Jim Bunnell, Buick brand manager, tells media participating in a conference call today. Ed Welburn, GM vice president-global design, ...

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