General Motors presented a sketch of an elegant sedan

General Motors presented a sketch of an elegant sedan

February 16, 2021 0 By autotimesnews

Leading designer of the American concern GM presented a sketch of an elegant sedan. At the moment, there is no evidence that the management of the concern plans to present a serial version of this virtual newest car.

The management of the largest US automobile concern, General Motors, has not yet come to a decision to completely abandon the production of sedans. The Chevrolet Malibu still exists, although it is expected to disappear in the next few years. Cadillac has the CT4 and CT5 sedans, both of which recently received powerful Blackwing versions, but no one knows if production will continue beyond the current generation in the coming years.

At least one person at GM has no plans to ditch traditional sedans.

On Valentine’s Day, GM Design’s official Instagram account posted a sketch of an elegant car that appears to be a sedan. We say this because there is only one vertical body line that marks the doors in the center, so we’re not entirely sure how people will gain access to the cabin. It doesn’t really matter, because what is interesting here is that we see a classic sedan instead of an SUV, crossover, or truck. However, that doesn’t mean GM is working on a new sedan. As far as we can tell, this is just a “flight of fantasy” by the General Motors designer.

It’s a pretty cool sketch though. The name on the sketch is Kevin Nougared. This man is the lead exterior designer at GM, so he appears to have some influence over the automaker. With SUVs and trucks becoming more popular around the world than ever, there is no reason to believe that this vehicle will ever go beyond a 2D sketch. However, if you take a closer look at the virtual new car, you can see some similarities with the previously produced Saturn Sky roadster.

Not so long ago, we wrote that Tesla and GM will again be able to give buyers of electric cars a discount of $ 7,000. This way, motorists in the United States will be able to save money. A similar incentive for buyers of electric cars began to operate during the time when George W. Bush was president. Now she’s back.