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GM’s Creativity Continues, This Time With An Apocalyptic Off-Road Truck

Based on what we see, GM should give the team complete freedom to design its upcoming EVs

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The top-shots at GM are not interested in a hardcore off-roader, but it looks like the designers are. The company’s design page on Instagram is always buzzing with sweet sketches and creative posts, but their recent sketch takes it up a notch. The team came up with a sketch of an off-roader that looks like it’s ready to conquer the world. Are any video game developers willing to inculcate this into their games?

This Off-Road Truck Sketch Is Sharp, Bold, and Aggressive

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The off-roader is anything but subtle. The sharp front end has LED lights on the lower portion of the front fascia, something similar to the Chevy Blazer and even more similar to the Indian-spec Tata Harrier. The marker lights are placed above the skid plates here. The big wheels, flared fenders, and a unibody-truck-like body style make this one hell of a design. The angle of the sketch makes it seem quite short in length, but you can see two rows of seats inside the cabin. Also, it is a right-hand-drive car, so this isn’t a U.S.-spec sketch lol.

GM's Creativity Continues, This Time With An Apocalyptic Off-Road Truck
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GM’s Design team has come up with a great off-roader sketch
It doesn’t look like GM will make an off-roader, but we could see future products draw inspiration from this

We may not see anything even remotely close to this in the production form, but you can expect the automaker to draw a little inspiration in future products. If we had to guess, we’d say the next-gen Chevy Blazer could be inspired by this, if at all GM decides to make it even more futuristic.

Would you like GM to develop a Bronco and Wrangler-rivalling off-roader based on this design language? Let us know your thoughts in the comments section below.

Sidd Dhimaan
Sidd Dhimaan
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Sidd joined the Topspeed.com team in 2017 as an intern and in less than a year he earned a full-time position as an associate editor and junior automotive expert. Fast forward to today, and he is currently serving as a senior editor, pickup truck expert, and EV expert.  Read full bio
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