GM announced today that its product portfolio in the U.S. and it will resemble more closely those in Europe and Asia—with much more fuel-efficient vehicles.

First, the Saturn Aura will be replaced with the Opel Insignia. Then there will be a production version of theInvicta Concept, but the car may not carry that name in production.

The future Chevrolet Cruze, that will debut at the Paris Auto Show, is expected to have a fuel economy of 40+ mpg. The next-generation Chevrolet Equinox and Cadillac SRX (based on the Cadillac Provoq concept) will arrive by 2010.

GMC will get a crossover, substantially smaller than the Acadia, equipped with four-cylinder engines. GMC is expected to get a version of the new Chevrolet Equinox; it’s "so different" you would never guess they were similar under the skin. The GMC version will most likely be called Terrain.


Source: The Car Connection

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  (520) posted on 07.16.2008

it was time for GM to build some more fuel-efficient vehicles for the US.

hsal8  (35) posted on 07.16.2008

There is already a GMC Terrain (well, at least there’s one in the Gulf region) which is basically a Captiva!! So there is no way the GMC version will be called Terrain

hsal8  (33) posted on 07.15.2008

You guys get a new Alpha Romeo and we in the States get this abortion on wheels. Go GM!!!

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