Smaller GMC crossover in the works

Article by Christian Andrei, on October 7, 2013

A new GMC vehicle is coming, according to Mark Reuss, General Motors North America CEO. According to Automotive News, GMC is planning a new vehicle, which is smaller than the Terrain crossover. Still, we have no details about the product or the time it will arrive in the dealerships. According to Reuss, GMC is planning some innovative portfolio entries.

The GMC Granite Concept made its debut back in 2010, at the Detroit Auto Show and it was created to stretch people’s ideas of what a GMC can be. Despite the buzz it created, the GMC Granite Concept didn’t convince GM to produce it as it was targeting young, urban buyers who thought that the Terrain or Chevrolet Equinox is too big.

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