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Here comes the 'same sausage, slightly different casing' era. Again.

These 2 really could be consolidated into one vehicle.
I think GM has gotten to a point with its CAD design development process where it's cheaper and faster to build new variants to bolt onto its EV component sets. I think consolidation of models will be less of a thing - variety may become the rule.

Separately: fascinated by the RWD model Blazer. Will they do a non-fire-breathing model that's set up for the best possible handling on its sporty RWD setup? Sorta like the newest Porsche 911 variant, the T model - base engine, lighter weight, simpler, set up for the joy of driving, not comfort or eye peeling performance or prestige or any of that.
 
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