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CARRY-ON: Bob Lutz on Autoline Detroit

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Synopsis: Sometimes Autoline Detroit is like packing luggage for a trip -- you can only fit so much into your bag before it's full, so you look for options like carry-on. Well, that's what we discovered with our last two shows featuring Canadian Auto Workers President Buzz Hargrove and GM Vice Chairman Bob Lutz. Both guests offered so much insight on so many different topics that we couldn't fit it all into one program per person. So this week we're featuring fresh, unaired portions from both earlier interviews with Messrs. Hargrove and Lutz. As far as content goes, Buzz Hargrove discusses his thoughts on free trade, environmental regulations and quality issues while Bob Lutz tackles topics like China, vehicle architecture and his long and storied career. You might consider this week's show Autoline Detroit's version of "carry-on" luggage.

Sunday on the SPEED Channel. Set your VCR's and Dvd's and TIVO's. It is 6 am central time. You can figure out your time zone from that or from your local cable provider.

Bob Lutz talks about:

Lucerne and Chinese Buick Park Avenue and the Chinese Cadillac SLS vs. the American STS.

If you want to watch it here:



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Canadian Auto Workers President Buzz Hargrove and GM Vice Chairman Bob Lutz.

I don't care for Buzz, but I'd gladly watch Bob Lutz... Thanks for the heads up!

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