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Having tried working on the Lineup by platforms thus far, I've decided it's a better idea to just go ahead and give it all to you.

Chevrolet Beat Gamma based 3-Door
Chevrolet Aveo Gamma based sedan and 5-door
Chevrolet Cobalt Delta II based sedan and coupe
Chevrolet Volt Delta II based electric vehicle
Chevrolet Malibu Epsilon II based sedan and wagon
Chevrolet Monte Carlo Epsilon II based coupe/convertible
Chevrolet Caprice Extended Epsilon II based sedan
Chevrolet Trax Delta II based crossover
Chevrolet Dune SWB Theta II based 2dr and 4dr crossover
Chevrolet Equinox Theta II based crossover
Chevrolet Traverse Lambda based 7-seat crossover
Chevrolet Blazer/TrailBlazer Alpha based 2 and 4 door SUVs
Chevrolet Tahoe "Mu" based SUV (Mu is the 900s)
Chevrolet Suburban Extended "Mu" based SUV
Chevrolet Avalanche "Mu" based SUT
Chevrolet Colorado "Beta" based pickup, Ranger sized
Chevrolet Silverado "Iota" based pickup (Iota is large trucks)
Chevrolet Uplander Lambda based Minivan
Chevrolet Express "Eta" based Van (Eta is full size vans)

Chevrolet "Heritage" HHR Delta based wagon
Chevrolet "Heritage" Bel-Air Alpha based convertible
Chevrolet "Heritage" Nomad Alpha based 2-door wagon
Chevrolet "Heritage" SSR Alpha based SSR
Chevrolet "Heritage" Impala Zeta based Sedan
Chevrolet "Heritage" Chevelle Zeta based Coupe
Chevrolet "Heritage" Camaro Short Zeta based Coupe/Convertible
Chevrolet "Heritage" Corvette Y-Body based coupe/convertible
Chevrolet "Heritage" Groove Gamma based crossover
Chevrolet "Heritage" El Camino Zeta ute

Pontiac Vibe Delta II based wagon
Pontiac G6 Epsilon based sedan
Pontiac Tempest Alpha based coupe/convertible
Pontiac G8 Zeta based sedan and wagon
Pontiac Solstice Kappa based coupe/convertible
Pontiac Firebird Short Zeta based coupe
Pontiac GTO Zeta based coupe

Saturn Ion Short Gamma based 5-Door, Agila
Saturn Signal Gamma based 3-door and 5-door, Corsa
Saturn Recon Gamma based crossover
Saturn Astra Delta II based 3-door, sedan, and 5-door
Saturn Aura Epsilon II based sedan and wagon, Insignia
Saturn Tigra Gamma based convertible
Saturn Sky Kappa based convertible
Saturn VUE Short Theta II crossover
Saturn Outlook Enhanced Lambda crossover
Saturn Switch Enhanced Lambda SUT
Saturn Meriva Gamma minivan
Saturn Zafira Delta II minivan
Saturn Arena Epsilon II based minivan

GMC Terrain Theta II based crossover
GMC Acadia Lambda based "work crossover", 5-seat, back is filled with storage
GMC Jimmy Short Beta based Wrangler competitor
GMC Envoy Extended Beta based SUV
GMC Yukon Mu based SUV, includes XL
GMC Relay Alpha based pickup
GMC Crewman Zeta based pickup
GMC Canyon Extended Beta based pickup, Tacoma sized
GMC Sierra Iota based pickup
GMC Combo Gamma based van
GMC Safari Zeta based van, Vivaro
GMC Savana Eta based van, Movano

Buick Skylark Short Alpha based Sedan
Buick LaCrosse Epsilon II based Sedan and Wagon
Buick Lucerne LWB Epsilon II based Sedan
Buick Roadmaster Zeta based Sedan
Buick Riviera Zeta based coupe
Buick Wildcat Short Zeta based sport sedan
Buick Gran Sport Y based convertible
Buick Enclave Lambda crossover

Saab 9-1 Enhanced Delta II 3-Door
Saab 9-3 Epsilon based Sedan, Coupe/Convertible, and Wagon
Saab 9-4X Theta II based sport crossover
Saab 9-5 Extended Epsilon based Sedan and Wagon
Saab 9-6X Enhanced Lambda sport crossover
Saab 9-9x Premium Zeta based Sedan
Saab Sonnet Alpha based coupe

Hummer H2 Iota based SUV and SUT
Hummer H3 Extended Beta based SUV
Hummer H3T Extended Beta based pickup
Hummer H4 Short Beta based SUV, bigger than Wrangler

Oldsmobile Aurora Short "Xi" based Sedan (Xi is hydrogen platform)
Oldsmobile Cutlass Short Xi based coupe/convertible
Oldsmobile 88 Long Xi based sedan
Oldsmobile Toronado Long Xi based coupe
Oldsmobile Sequel Long Xi based crossover

Cadillac ATH SWB Alpha based 5dr
Cadillac BTS/W Alpha based sedan and wagon
Cadillac CTS/C/W Sigma based sedan, coupe, and wagon
Cadillac DTS Long Sigma based "4 door coupe"
Cadillac FTS Zeta based sedan
Cadillac ETC Zeta based coupe
Cadillac ULS/UTC Omega based Bentley/Rolls/Maybach competitor
Cadillac XLR Y based convertible
Cadillac ZER Mid-engined supercar
Cadillac BRX Alpha based crossover
Cadillac SRX Sigma based crossover
Cadillac Escalade Zeta based SUV and SUT

Enjoy!:D
 

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Having tried working on the Lineup by platforms thus far, I've decided it's a better idea to just go ahead and give it all to you.
Damn! That's one helluva lineup!

zabraden said:
Chevrolet Beat Gamma based 3-Door
Chevrolet Aveo Gamma based sedan and 5-door
Chevrolet Cobalt Delta II based sedan and coupe
Chevrolet Volt Delta II based electric vehicle
Chevrolet Malibu Epsilon II based sedan and wagon
Chevrolet Monte Carlo Epsilon II based coupe/convertible
Chevrolet Caprice Extended Epsilon II based sedan
Chevrolet Trax Delta II based crossover
Chevrolet Equinox Theta II based crossover
Chevrolet Traverse Lambda based 7-seat crossover
Chevrolet Blazer/TrailBlazer "Beta" based 2 and 4 door SUVs (Beta is my name for the small truck platform)
Chevrolet Tahoe "Mu" based SUV (Mu is the 900s)
Chevrolet Suburban Extended "Mu" based SUV
Chevrolet Avalanche "Mu" based SUT
Chevrolet Colorado "Beta" based pickup, Ranger sized
Chevrolet Silverado "Iota" based pickup (Iota is large trucks)
Chevrolet Uplander Lambda based Minivan
Chevrolet Express "Eta" based Van (Eta is full size vans)
I used some of the Greek names you did too! I renamed them along lines of current products so readers could relate more easily. Are Mu and Iota the same basic platform? The 900s?

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Chevrolet "Heritage" HHR Delta based wagon
Chevrolet "Heritage" Bel-Air Alpha based convertible
Chevrolet "Heritage" Nomad Alpha based 2-door wagon
Chevrolet "Heritage" SSR Alpha based SSR
Chevrolet "Heritage" Impala Zeta based Sedan
Chevrolet "Heritage" Chevelle Zeta based Coupe
Chevrolet "Heritage" Camaro Short Zeta based Coupe/Convertible
Chevrolet "Heritage" Corvette Y-Body based coupe/convertible
Chevrolet "Heritage" Groove Gamma based crossover
Chevrolet "Heritage" El Camino Zeta ute
My wife's delighted to see her idea ("Heritage") get such positive response! I had the Groove here too, but moved it to Pontiac when I realigned Pontiac with Proton/Holden. I'm still iffy on Chevelle. Part of me wants it, but part of me isn't sure that it wouldn't walk on the Camaro too much. I'm still debating added one, especially since a GMI member did a stunning Chevelle sketch that I'm in love with! (Yes ToRed, yours!)

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Pontiac G6 Epsilon based sedan
Pontiac Tempest Alpha based coupe/convertible
Pontiac G8 Zeta based sedan and wagon
Pontiac Solstice Kappa based coupe/convertible
Pontiac Firebird Short Zeta based coupe
Pontiac GTO Zeta based coupe
Just my opinion, but I want anything "Firebird" related, either name or product, buried with the Buick Grand National in that mountain in Nevada where they store spent uranium rods.... You don't think two Zeta coupes would be too many? Also wondering why you kept both the "G" and traditional names instead of streamlining the names. Good how you kept the lineup succinct and focused.

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Saturn Ion Short Gamma based 5-Door, Agila
Saturn Signal Gamma based 3-door and 5-door, Corsa
Saturn Astra Delta II based 3-door, sedan, and 5-door
Saturn Aura Epsilon II based sedan and wagon, Insignia
Saturn Tigra Gamma based convertible
Saturn Sky Kappa based convertible
Saturn VUE Short Theta II crossover
Saturn Outlook Enhanced Lambda crossover
Saturn Switch Enhanced Lambda SUT
Saturn Meriva Gamma crossover
Saturn Zafira Delta II minivan
Good overall thinking. I'm wondering if I got TOO hung up on uniformity between Opel and Saturn. Only changes I'd make... I still don't think there's room for two Kappa roadsters, so I'd leave just the Solstice, with the Saturn version for export markets. I think the Outlook's too big for Saturn, even if GM radically restyled it, shortened it, or anything else to make it look different from the other Lambdas.

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GMC Terrain Theta II based crossover
GMC Acadia Lambda based "work crossover", 5-seat, back is filled with storage
GMC Jimmy Short Beta based Wrangler competitor
GMC Envoy Extended Beta based SUV
GMC Yukon Mu based SUV, includes XL
GMC Crewman Zeta based SUT
GMC Canyon Extended Beta based pickup, Tacoma sized
GMC Sierra Iota based pickup
GMC Combo Gamma based van
GMC Safari Zeta based van, Vivaro
GMC Savana Eta based van, Movano
You think there's room for both Acadia and Crewman, since they're so similar in concept? I would have never thought bringing the Combo and Vivaro vans to N/A. I wonder if it would work. Personally I think GMC needs to get out of the van business entirely. The whole "Professional Grade" crap is just a marketing blurb, and it'll be gone from memory by the time the next catch-phrase comes in. GMC should strictly be a slightly-upscale SUV-Crossover-MPV-pickup brand. Move all work-related vehicles to Chevy. I find it out-of-place to have stripped out work vehicles on the same grounds as a luxury SUV. Just a bit too "chalk-and-cheese" for my taste. Good product ideas though.

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Buick Skylark Short Alpha based Sedan
Buick LaCrosse Epsilon II based Sedan and Wagon
Buick Roadmaster Zeta based Sedan
Buick Riviera Zeta based coupe
Buick Wildcat Short Zeta based sport sedan
Buick Gran Sport Y based convertible
Buick Enclave Lambda crossover
Similar to what I came up with, only on different platforms. I'd rename LaCrosse though. No need to have two separately named vehicles for the US and Canada.

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Saab 9-1 Enhanced Delta II 3-Door
Saab 9-3 Epsilon based Sedan, Coupe/Convertible, and Wagon
Saab 9-4X Theta II based sport crossover
Saab 9-5 Extended Epsilon based Sedan and Wagon
Saab 9-6X Enhanced Lambda sport crossover
Saab 9-9x Premium Zeta based Sedan
Again I have misgivings about a 9-9 or anything that expensive in a Saab lineup. Although the RIA team made a strong argument for it...

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Hummer H2 Iota based SUV and SUT
Hummer H3 Extended Beta based SUV
Hummer H3T Extended Beta based pickup
Hummer H4 Short Beta based SUV, bigger than Wrangler
Is your H4 based on the HX concept?

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Oldsmobile Aurora Short "Xi" based Sedan (Xi is hydrogen platform)
Oldsmobile Cutlass Short Xi based coupe/convertible
Oldsmobile 88 Long Xi based sedan
Oldsmobile Toronado Long Xi based coupe
Oldsmobile Sequel Long Xi based crossover
Ya know I tried a dozen different ways to spin Olds and just couldn't make a fist of it. Your idea intrigues me though (no pun intended!). Tell us more about "Xi"! Is it FWD? RWD? Both? Neither? I'd ditch the "88" name. Nothing ruins a modern cutting-edge design worse than having it called something that reminds the public of their Grandma Helga's old car.

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Cadillac BTS/W Alpha based sedan and wagon
Cadillac CTS/C/W Sigma based sedan, coupe, and wagon
Cadillac DTS Long Sigma based "4 door coupe"
Cadillac FTS Zeta based sedan
Cadillac ETC Zeta based coupe
Cadillac ULS/UTC Omega based Bentley/Rolls/Maybach competitor
Cadillac XLR Y based convertible
Cadillac ZER Mid-engined supercar
Cadillac BRX Alpha based crossover
Cadillac SRX Sigma based crossover
Cadillac Escalade Mu based SUV, includes ESV and EXT
Really dig the "DTS" idea. I've been trying to figure how to work a Benz CLS-type sedan in the Caddy lineup. But I felt it walked on my beloved Buick Riviera Hardtop Sedan too much!! I'll have to reconsider this. Is the ETC just a coupe of the FTC, or a distinctly different model? Call the ZER "Cien" if you wanna keep the model. A lot of idiots will call it a "Cadillac zurr"
 

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Since you're into this seemingly as much as I am, what's your take on these products?



I LOVE this design! I don't see a Chevy Kappa roadster though. Since my scheme involves Proton/Lotus, you think a mid-engine Fiero-esque model would work? Should it go to Chevy? To Pontiac? Just Lotus?



I had this "Chevrolet Journey" (essentially a reskinned Zafira) in my lineup but dropped it because I thought there was only room for one compact MPV, and that Saturn should have it. You think I should replace the Zafira with this? Use 'em both? BTW, I've got this offered in other global markets, where MPVs sell much better, as a lower-priced alternative to the Zafira.



Is this what your DTS is like? I wanted a specialty/four-door-coupe-type low-volume high-performance Cadillac sedan but couldn't get my thoughts together properly one one.
 

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I had this "Chevrolet Journey" (essentially a reskinned Zafira) in my lineup but dropped it because I thought there was only room for one compact MPV, and that Saturn should have it. You think I should replace the Zafira with this? Use 'em both? BTW, I've got this offered in other global markets, where MPVs sell much better, as a lower-priced alternative to the Zafira.
I don't mean to hi-jack the thread, but where did you get this image from?? It looks a lot like the recent Equinox spy-shots we have been seeing.
 

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It was a concept vehicle, the Chevy Journey, that GM Brazil did back in 2002! Even after six years I think it looks very fresh and modern. Still pisssed cuz GM let Chrysler get a hold of the name!

It's much smaller than an Equinox. It's the same size as the Opel Zafira.

I think Americans would buy this over the Zafira by a wide margin. But I've been known a number of times to misjudge what Americans like!
 

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I would so love for the Skylark name to return to Buick, it may not have a V8, but a DI twin turbo V6 would be great with the Alpha platform, but they would have to do a coupe version as well
 

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Damn! That's one helluva lineup!

Thanks!

I used some of the Greek names you did too! I renamed them along lines of current products so readers could relate more easily. Are Mu and Iota the same basic platform? The 900s?
Mu and Iota are similar, but not the same. Mu is the 900s, Iota is a powerful truck platform. I wanted to create Mu focused on fuel economy (as much as a truck can get!) and Iota for heavy duty stuff, that's why I just put the full-size trucks and H2 on it.

My wife's delighted to see her idea ("Heritage") get such positive response! I had the Groove here too, but moved it to Pontiac when I realigned Pontiac with Proton/Holden. I'm still iffy on Chevelle. Part of me wants it, but part of me isn't sure that it wouldn't walk on the Camaro too much. I'm still debating added one, especially since a GMI member did a stunning Chevelle sketch that I'm in love with! (Yes ToRed, yours!)
I don't think the Chevelle would step on Camaro, Chevelle would be bigger and a truly classic muscle car, with Camaro as the Mustang fighter.

Just my opinion, but I want anything "Firebird" related, either name or product, buried with the Buick Grand National in that mountain in Nevada where they store spent uranium rods.... You don't think two Zeta coupes would be too many? Also wondering why you kept both the "G" and traditional names instead of streamlining the names. Good how you kept the lineup succinct and focused.
The only reason I kept the G6 and G8 name is for continuity. Maybe in the future I would have them slowly bring back Grand Am or Lemans and Grand Prix, but not next generation. As for the Firebird, I agree with the Grand National, but I've always loved the Firebird. I don't think two Zetas would be too much as long as they differ in price, styling, and performance, like in the RIA lineup.

Good overall thinking. I'm wondering if I got TOO hung up on uniformity between Opel and Saturn. Only changes I'd make... I still don't think there's room for two Kappa roadsters, so I'd leave just the Solstice, with the Saturn version for export markets. I think the Outlook's too big for Saturn, even if GM radically restyled it, shortened it, or anything else to make it look different from the other Lambdas.
I don't know, I think the Outlook could work if the Acadia went another way. I know it seems two big for Saturn, but... I don't know. I think the RIA concept looked really nice and worked... I'll have to think about it. As for Solstice and Sky, I would make the Solstice hardtop and coupe and the Sky a ragtop to differentiate the two.

You think there's room for both Acadia and Crewman, since they're so similar in concept? I would have never thought bringing the Combo and Vivaro vans to N/A. I wonder if it would work. Personally I think GMC needs to get out of the van business entirely. The whole "Professional Grade" crap is just a marketing blurb, and it'll be gone from memory by the time the next catch-phrase comes in. GMC should strictly be a slightly-upscale SUV-Crossover-MPV-pickup brand. Move all work-related vehicles to Chevy. I find it out-of-place to have stripped out work vehicles on the same grounds as a luxury SUV. Just a bit too "chalk-and-cheese" for my taste. Good product ideas though.
In my lineup, I moved GMC to work vehicles and Chevy away from them (mostly), and put Hummer as luxury trucks and SUVs. GMC has always been GM's truck company, and I think it needs to remain that way without so much overlap from Chevy. The Acadia and Crewman are not that similar, the Acadia doesn't have a bed in the back, instead the back is filled with shelves and bins and the like.

Similar to what I came up with, only on different platforms. I'd rename LaCrosse though. No need to have two separately named vehicles for the US and Canada.
I think the US should rename theirs to LaCrosse, which is it's name in Buick's biggest market: China.

Again I have misgivings about a 9-9 or anything that expensive in a Saab lineup. Although the RIA team made a strong argument for it...
Yeah, that's what I went for. I always tend to take the RIA bait.

Is your H4 based on the HX concept?
Indeed it is.

Ya know I tried a dozen different ways to spin Olds and just couldn't make a fist of it. Your idea intrigues me though (no pun intended!). Tell us more about "Xi"! Is it FWD? RWD? Both? Neither? I'd ditch the "88" name. Nothing ruins a modern cutting-edge design worse than having it called something that reminds the public of their Grandma Helga's old car.
Perhaps Aurora, and change the Aurora to Alero or Intrigue. The only reason I had the 88 in there is because I initially had Olds as retro (Chevy heritage sort of) and the 88 of the late 50s is my dream car:D. But I'll take your point on that one and change it. Xi can be FWD,RWD, or AWD, it's meant to be my version of GM's "Skateboard" platform. Oldsmobiles would be sold with Saabs, Hummers, and Buicks in my "Upper Mid-Lux" Dealerships.

Really dig the "DTS" idea. I've been trying to figure how to work a Benz CLS-type sedan in the Caddy lineup. But I felt it walked on my beloved Buick Riviera Hardtop Sedan too much!! I'll have to reconsider this. Is the ETC just a coupe of the FTC, or a distinctly different model? Call the ZER "Cien" if you wanna keep the model. A lot of idiots will call it a "Cadillac zurr"
ETC is pretty much a coupe FTC underneath, but is differently styled, I'm thinking I may go with fins (ETC is Eldorado). I know, Caddy is anti-retro, but c'mon... fins. I think I will keep ZER, for uniformity, but I'm not sure.
 

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Merged my ideas with some of T-Rex's... hope you don't mind!:D
Be my guest! It ain't like I'm not gonna steal some of yours!

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I understand your Acadia now. I was thinking "storage in the back" meant open-bodied, à-la Avalanche. So you're meaning a utility wagon like the stripped-out Suburbans etc. Now you've got me thinking that maybe I should put GMC as the "work truck" brand. That screws up my Silverado/Cheyenne scheme, but I could make two GMC's, one heavy duty, one luxury-themed, with different styling. I'm dead-seat on three fullsize trucks: sporty, luxury, and work. I reckon if Mercedes' commercial vehicles don't hurt its prestige image, then maybe commercial vehicles wouldn't hurt GMC's. I'll have to play with things a bit to see if I can pan such a scheme out. I doubt Chevy van customers would automatically gravitate to Ford if GM only offered GMC vans. Just had another idea brought on by your GMC line: using the Yukon name for a beefy BOF work wagon much like your Acadia, with the Denali becoming a model in its own right.

Crap, I can see now I'm going to redefine GMC: as a dual-role brand, work vehicles at one end, luxury SUVs at the other. Doing so would also keep me from having to have GMC rebadges for Canada for the truckish GMCs that I got rid of. Actually that's why I moved my Lambda minivan to GMC... it had got out of hand the number of Canada-only GMC rebadges that I was coming up with replace deleted US GMC/Pontiac products.

I don't know how I got some of my names mixed up, but I once had the Saturn MPV as Arena. I'm always rejigging model names though.

I think I'm going to add the Chevelle back to my lineup. I'm ditching Zafira (horrible, horrible, dreadful, nasty name) and going with the Chevy Journey instead.

And I'm rethinking the whole Saab lineup. I think I'll use odd-numeral suffixes on the cars, and even-numeral-plus-x on the crossovers. Still leaves me with what to name the Epsilon Saab coupé... 9-9? 9-9c? 9c? 9-nothing, but give it a name à-la Aero/Sonnet???

I'm also going to rename some Saturns. I was hell-bent on global model-name uniformity, Chevrolet-Holden-Opel-Proton-Vauxhall Astra for example, but the more I think about it, the more I wonder if Americans don't find names like Corsa, Vectra, etc. as "catchy" as Europeans do. Since I don't have a Agila-sized Saturn, I'm wondering Ion=Corsa, Aura=Vectra, Move=Meriva, and keeping Vue. I'm trying to come up with a "Saturny"-sounding name for the Astra. I wonder how "Saturn Geo" would fly? "Saturn Gen" perhaps? I'm trying to come up with cool-sounding three-letter model names...

I'm still very iffy on a Delta Buick. Buick a Buick fan, I'm inclined to agree with mgescuro's point that such a small Buick, even a very refined one, wouldn't work in the Buick portfolio. Assuming gas stays $3/gallon, I'm going to keep the Delta Buick out. I don't have production capacity for an Alpha Buick, unless it plans to sell under 30k a year. There's simply no room left in my Alpha plants. UNLESS... I had an idea to move the Pontiac Vibe to a SWB (100" or so) Alpha. If I had this, plus an Alpha Buick, I reckon I could concoct a plan having a truly flexible plant (not GM's C-Flex, which doesn't even allow Delta and Epsilon to be assembled together) build Alpha alongside another platform. Or I could bring them in from an overseas plant...
 

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First of all, I'd like to see a large GM Garage for each general area of the US, give each division it's own floor. And have a "Parking" garage to hold all the inventory.

Chevrolet -Chevy will be the only division with this many models.

Model Lines - 15
Total Models - 33
Costs ranging from $10,985 (Aveo3) to $99,995 (Corvette ZR1)
Aveo3- 3dr Hatch
Aveo5- 5dr Hatch
Aveo - 4dr Sedan

Cobalt Coupe - 2dr Coupe
Cobalt Sedan - 4dr Sedan
Cobalt Tourer - 5dr Wagon
Cobalt Convertible - 2dr Convertible

HSR - 3dr Wagon
HHR - 5dr Wagon

Volt - 5dr Hatchback

Malibu Coupe - 2dr Coupe
Malibu - 4dr Sedan
Malibu Tourer - 5dr Wagon

Impala (FWD) - 4dr Sedan

Caprice (RWD) - 4dr Sedan
Caprice Custom Coupe - 2dr Coupe
Caprice Brookwood Estate - 5dr Wagon

Corvette - 2dr Coupe/Convertible

Chevelle - 2dr Coupe/Convertible/Wagon

Blazer - 2dr SUV
Trailblazer - 4dr SUV

(The new Blazer and TB would be lifestyle vehicles much like the original S-10 Blazer and the Wrangler)

Tahoe - 4dr SUV
Suburban - 4dr Extended SUV

Cheyenne - 2/3/4dr Pickup (Smaller than a Colorado, S10 Sized)
Silverado - 2/3/4dr Pickup (Same size as current GMT900s)

Traverse - 5dr CUV (Large)

Caribe - 5dr CUV (Midsized)

Maxx - 3/5dr CUV (Compact)

*Will continue later, being kicked off PC by little sister. :lmao:*
 
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