Lee Iacocca, one of the best known auto executives, died Tuesday. He was 94.
Iacocca was a top executive at two of America's largest car companies — Ford and Chrysler. His career spanned decades and several generations. He was known for developing the Mustang and bringing the minivan to scores of American family garages, as well as orchestrating a remarkable turnaround at Chrysler.
His daughter Lia Iacocca Assad confirmed his death to NPR in a phone call.