Robert A. Lutz, former vice chairman of Chrysler Corp. and father of a new generation of mass market Dodge- and Chrysler-brand cars and trucks, is entering a new arena — the high-performance ultra-luxury sports sedan. Mr. Lutz, currently chairman and chief executive of Exide Corp., is working as a consultant on the project to Lime Rock, CT-based Cunningham Car Co., owned by the heirs of the late legendary racecar driver Briggs Cunningham. Cunningham is building a prototype of the car, ...
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