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CBS Evening News for Monday, Jan 07, 2002
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Layoffs at Ford Motor Company reported.

(Detroit, Michigan: Anthony Mason) The new General Motors hydrogen-powered Autonomy car design featured; scenes shown from an auto show in Detroit. [GM designer Adrian CHERNOFF - says the interchangeable design is the "re- invention" of the automobile.] [GM research and development vice president Larry BURNS - says the wheels and the suspension are the only moving parts on the car.] ["Car and Driver" editor-in-chief Csaba CSERE - expresses concerns about the autonomy design.] [GM President and CEO Richard WAGONER - says the design will not be released next year.]

Mason, Anthony;
Rather, Dan

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