General Motors Co. spokesman Greg Martin said Thursday the automaker hopes “there’s a will and way to keep the CARS program going a little bit longer.”
Eric J. Shelton / APSaab automobiles are seen on the lot of Herb Chambers Saab of Boston on Tuesday. Saab Automobile, General Motors Corp.’s struggling Swedish unit known for its family cars, was rescued Tuesday by a consortium led by Koenigsegg Automotive AB, a tiny company that produces only a dozen custom-made super cars a year.
Dealers and analysts sound off on Bob Lutz’s decision to leave General Motors after almost eight years as its product development chief. GM announced today that Lutz, 76, will become an adviser on April 1 and retire by year end.