Hate to tell ya, but these are the REAL thing... :lol:Originally posted by nadepalma@Nov 30 2003, 12:23 PM
Wow! I really hope these aren't the final designs for these two cars! They aren't really all that attractive. I mean, I understand that they are looking to put together a more rugged appearance and more SUV like attributes, but still, it's simply not appealing. The belt-line is too low, the windows too tall and shouts "Mini-Van" instead of "CSV" or whatever they want to call it. I really hope that these are just photoshopped or something b/c if this is what GM intends for their new mini-van replacements, then perhaps they haven't improved these last few years as much as we'd like to think.
GM stated earlier that they would invest about the same amount of time and money seperating their designs as Chrysler. I think they are sperated enough, Minivan buyers aren't looking for completely different designs. THey will do fine for now, until the Lambda's come through in '09.Originally posted by 3eb@Nov 30 2003, 01:53 PM
both models are exactly the same....i thought GM was past this stage. a buick looking exactly like a saturn? this will never work. the saturn looks like a cross between a volvo, a durango and an old venture. yuk. personally i don't see a need for either of these vehicles...even if they were better looking. GM couldn't even compete with the minivans they had so then they throw 2 more pieces of crap out there? what are they thinking?
Yah....By USA1 - "When will GM learn IT CANNOT BE COMPETITIVE when it takes 10-15 year old platforms and warms them over with some new sheetmetal and marginally improved engines? Who do they think they are fooling?"
These are dealer brochures that inform them about upcoming models, so no it is not a photoshop, its real. Look for all-new minivans (er CSVs in '09) kinda sucks doesnt it!Originally posted by corsa@Nov 30 2003, 04:59 PM
looks to be made by photoshop?!?