Here's what is said in the video (paraphrased excerpts from 25:40 -), being discussed here:
MT: You said at the LA auto show you will be announcing or showing something that would be the linchpin of the Chevrolet brand.
MR: We've talked a lot about what's coming in our truck portfolio and some other things we'll talk about as well that are very important to the business in North America. It's a huge deal for us that gives the company strategic agility that we haven't had before around any regulatory or future economic conditions in the industry in the U.S., Canada or Mexico. And for that reason I think it's extremely important.
The company was run as a structural cost reduction exercise where we ran plants to thin structural costs and field staff was concentrated on pushing cars and trucks into dealerships and then we would incentivize to sell them. Really bad business model. We've changed the whole distribution system to a demand-based system.
MT: This linchpin sounds like more of an architecture announcement than a single product.
MR: Absolutely. It's an architecture that provides us agility across many different segments.
MT: Is it just Chevrolet?
MR: No, it's a company approach and it's our strategy and it's quite divergent compared to all of our competitors.