Ed Welburn has been busy since he retired as General Motors design boss last summer. He founded The Welburn Group at Ladder 12, a Detroit outfit that consults on design. He was inducted into the Automotive Hall of Fame, and he received several honors, including an honorary doctorate in fine arts from the College for Creative Studies.
He's also been reflecting on his long career. In a recent interview with Car and Driver, Welburn talked a bit about what worked and what didn't among the many vehicles he helped create.
For example, he said the current Cadillac CTS-V Coupe was a winner.