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I'd classify that as a production Batmobile!

Trying to mentally adjust it to production - taller greenhouse and less exaggerated wheels. Still seems almost like a Corvette truck with the long hood. I'm not an off roading guy, but I'd think you want a short hood for better visibility. So I'm thinking this is an on-road image vehicle.
 

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Interesting to say the least. I like it.
 
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Something like that would work just fine as an autonomously driven car because you don't need to see out if you're not driving. Otherwise, this is unrealistic ... cool, but unrealistic.
 

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I think it's really cool even if it reeks of a Hot Wheels dream car. Like said above the Camaro would seem spacious compared to this things greenhouse lol.
 

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GM needs to bring the Granite in production give it a rugged, boxy design to compete against the Bronco Sport. The Terrain and Acadia could also be more rugged and off-roady too (yes I know they have the AT4, but I'm talking whole exterior). Just my opinion.
 

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I'd classify that as a production Batmobile!
Hot Wheels toy model.
HA ... I was thinking of it as a "Hot Wheels Batmobile Concept" lol.

Intriguing, tho I'm not sure it fits the GMC mold? I mean, this looks more like a CAR than a TRUCK. shrugs


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