It seems to me that imagination and brainpower are truly missing in General Motors' planning these days.
You had a story about the demise of the Pontiac Sunfire with no replacement to cover that segment of the market ("Sun sets on Sunfire in June; Pontiac has no sub planned," Jan. 24). What about the GM investment in Daewoo? Daewoo could quickly build a vehicle to replace the Sunfire. So could Isuzu or Suzuki, in which GM also has part ownership.
I'm convinced that Bob Lutz is taking the blame for the errors of all GM management.
The proof of my philosophy will be seen in less than 10 years. But at age 87, I'm not going to be here to see it.