"New GM" in Photos From GM Design
GM releases what appears to be design renderings of vehicles important to the "New GM".
August 11, 2009
By: Nick Saporito
It isn't every day that a company as large as General Motors essentially gets a second chance at life. While the last few decades at GM have been plauged with an uncompetitive cost structure, uncompetitive efficiency, uncompetitive products and even worse...uncompetitive products; the passion within GM from a product stand-point appears to be alive more than ever. GM is doing something with their "second chance" that really hasn't been done at an automaker; designers are getting say in just about everything. After all, the all automakers today make quality products and have the same feature content. The last remaining differentiators are creativity, innovation and design. It appears, based on the below and what people who have seen the future are saying, that GM is poised to lead that arena.
Most of the photos below are new (at least to myself), but some we have seen before. The interesting thing to note with nearly all of the "new" photos is that they appear to be studio renditions of the vehicles. You'll note on some of them (Traverse for example), they look slightly different than the real deal. GM released (or re-released) all of these photos today.
I think the important thing to note about this thread and the photos below is this: the discussion is finally back to product. Enjoy!
Cadillac Converj Concept
Cadillac CTS Coupe Concept
Cadillac CTS Sport Wagon
2010 Chevrolet Equinox
2010 GMC Terrain
2010 Buick LaCrosse