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114Bob Lutz says Chevy Volt should've been a truck

Bob Lutz knows a thing or two about the Chevy Volt. He was, after all, GM's vice chairman in charge of product development during the Volt's gestation process, widely credited with ushering it into production. But now he says it should have been a truck, not a sedan.

AddBob Lutz 'splains the real deal on Chevy Volt cost

We're learning again that if you take on the Chevrolet Volt, you also take on Bob Lutz.

173Lutz stumps for Romney despite opposition to auto bailout

Bob Lutz has put Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney's numerous past comments about the automotive bailout behind him, according to Automotive News. During a recent episode of "The Kudlow Report" on CNBC, the former auto executive made it clear he now backs Romney for the 2012 presidential election, saying "[Romney] now says he was totally in favor of [the bailout] and suggested it."

92Original Dodge Viper Concept shows up in new Chrysler video

Got 13 minutes to spare? Of course you do – it's a Friday. Then we've got just the way to burn them.

61Bob Lutz wins push-up contest on The Colbert Report

Former General Motors Vice Chairman Bob Lutz went bicep-to-bicep with "America's ballsiest pundit," Stephen Colbert, last night – and came out ahead. Ostensibly, Lutz was on Colbert to talk about his new book, Car Guys Vs. Bean Counters, but as one might expect, the discussion veered into Mitt Romney vs. President Obama territory pretty quickly.

AddBob Lutz wins push-up contest on The Colbert Report

Former General Motors Vice Chairman Bob Lutz went bicep-to-bicep with "America's ballsiest pundit," Stephen Colbert, last night – and came out ahead. Ostensibly, Lutz was on Colbert to talk about his new book, Car Guys Vs. Bean Counters, but as one might expect, the discussion veered into Mitt Romney vs. President Obama territory pretty quickly.

AddLutz blasts 'right-wing talk show guys' for Volt criticism, predicts record sales in March

Bob Lutz may no longer work for General Motors, but that doesn't mean he doesn't have the Chevrolet Volt's back.

AddBob Lutz gives up trying to convince the right they're wrong about the Chevy Volt

Bob Lutz has learned something: you can't teach right-wing pundits the truth.

AddBob Lutz gets a lesson in climate change, science from Neil deGrasse Tyson

"You're in the bubble, Bob, you're in the bubble."

29GM announces Bob Lutz retained as advisor

The man nicknamed "Maximum" isn't completely retired yet.

13Bob Lutz briefly considered Michigan gubernatorial run [w/poll]

The man they call Maximum Bob had visions of becoming Governor Maximum Bob. When the former vice chairman of General Motors saw his tenure with automaker drawing to a close, Bob Lutz considered running for governor of Michigan. It appears this was merely a brief consideration, ahead of the 2010 election.

41Bob Lutz illustrates GM's decline in a Christmas card

Bob Lutz is in The Wall Street Journal this week, and the former Vice Chairman at General Motors discusses what he sees as the reason for the automaker's previous failings. His illustrative example? A company Christmas card. Sounds weird, but Mr. Lutz's example hit home nicely.

AddBob Lutz: A CAFE level of 42 mpg is "totally ridiculous"

I recently visited "Maximum Bob" Lutz at his home to interview him for the summer issue of the quarterly Motor Trend Classic and found the 79-year-old energetic and outspoken as ever six months beyond retirement from General Motors. We talked mostly product stories from his long auto career, which began at GM Overseas Operations in 1963 and progressed through ever-higher responsibilities at BMW, Ford and Chrysler, then back to GM ten years ago. But we touched on other interesting topics, too, in

58Report: GM trying to re-hire Bob Lutz

General Motors is reportedly looking to re-hire none other than Bob Lutz as a consultant to vehicle development. Lutz, 79, left GM in May of 2010 after leading the company's product development efforts for many years.

AddBob Lutz gets Current, joins electric scooter company

Current Motor Company, a Michigan-based electric scooter startup, recently added automotive guru Bob Lutz (so much for retiring) to its leadership team. Lutz, who previously served as General Motors' vice chairman of product development, has been appointed to chair Current Motor's Advisory Council. In addition, Lutz was one of the first to invest in Current Motor's ongoing "Series A" round of financing.

9Bob Lutz in presumptive plane crash? [w/video]

Officials search for a downed plane – Click above to watch video after the jump

3The DetroitBureau.com on Autoblog with Paul Eisenstein

Where have all the mavericks gone?

15Autoblog Podcast #175 - Bob Lutz joins in

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29Bob Lutz, 78, open to future career opportunities

General Motors Vice Chairman Bob Lutz might be set to retire at the end of the month, but don't expect him to go quietly into that good night – or take up the usual trappings that a man of his age and accomplishment might normally seek out. "I don't play golf, never have never will. And secondly, I have no desire to go to Hilton Head, or Naples, Florida, or any place like that."

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