DETROIT -- The fancy among auto makers these days is sport wagons – witness DaimlerChrysler Corp.’s Chrysler Pacifica unveiled here Sunday at the North American International Auto Show – but General Motors Corp.’s top product guru doesn’t believe there will be a mass market for vehicles in the U.S. “The whole sport wagon segment at this juncture is an unproven quantity in the United States in terms of a volume proposition,” says Bob Lutz, GM’s vice chairman-product development and ...
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