GM planning family of crossovers
GM is planning on producing a family of crossovers based on its global small-car architecture; The new family of crossovers will be sold in North America and they won’t go into production before 2010.
The new crossovers will be smaller than the Saturn Vue and marketed under different brands in North America, Europe and possibly emerging markets such as Russia, India and China.
"Variants could be configured with different exteriors for Opel, GMC and Chevrolet," GM Vice Chairman Bob Lutz said at the Geneva auto show.
GM’s smallest crossovers now are based on the Theta architecture. They are the Saturn Vue, Pontiac Torrent, Opel Antara and Chevrolet Equinox and Captiva.