What will the GMC sport sedan look like?May 6, 2019
The American company GMC, at the moment does not plan to conquer the sports car segment, which means that the car that you see here will hardly ever be represented. It is possible that in the near future, the brand will introduce the production version of the Granite subcompact crossover.
GMC is a brand of the American concern General Motors, specializing in the creation and production of large pickups, crossovers, as well as SUVs. Despite its rather narrow specialization, the guys from the American company are also considering the possibility of entering the automotive market with the Granite subcompact crossover. Fortunately, at the moment he has no plans to conquer the sports car segment, which means that the car that you see here will hardly ever be presented.
This strange virtual creation is written by independent designer Nikita Aksyonov, who represents the two-door Camaro sports car from … GMC delirium. As a basis for his project, he decided to use the body of the current Camaro, but refuses to design Chevy front and rear, creating a design inspired by the updated GMC Acadia crossover.
From behind, the car looks pretty good, but its front end, which is taken from the crossover, does not match the overall design style – at least in our opinion. We also have a couple of questions for the design of these wheels.
We are not trying to say that the rendering published here is bad – not at all. The task of this visualization is to offer a variation on the theme – and what if. Most importantly, this image gives us enough reason to believe that GMC does not need a sports model. A subcompact crossover is likely to work, but it is better for the brand to continue to create popular pick-ups, crossovers and SUVs today. Moreover, the latter they are pretty good at it.
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