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Although we haven’t noticed an atypical resurgence in doubters, General Motors’ Bob Lutz apparently has. The exec has come forward and stated that the 2010 timeline for its much-anticipated Chevy Volt is still valid, despite the fact that employees working on the vehicle are “becoming increasingly nervous.” While speaking at the Reuters Autos Summit in Detroit, Lutz also noted that there was “a lot of skepticism within the company,” but that those in leadership roles firmly believe that it “has to be done.” More specifically, GM is hoping to “leapfrog anything that is done by any other competitor,” and while we’re delighted to hear that the commitment is still strong, three years offers up a lot of time for situations to change.
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