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Now that product-maestro Robert Lutz has been hired by GM, it's a certainty that the automaker's future-vehicle plan is in flux. But you still can expect a new look and rear-wheel-drive cars for Cadillac, as well as 'reconfigurable' vehicles like the Chevrolet Avalanche. Part four of our annual future product series appears today. | PAGES 15-19 |
You can reach Keith Crain at kcrain@crain.com

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