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Motor1.com seems to think that the spy shots we've been seeing could potentially be the new Chevy Traverse rather than the 2018 Chevy Blazer. They have a sliding photo on their website (link will be posted below) but for some reason I don't think it's the new Traverse. The front end looks like it's been stubbed down quite a bit compared to the ongoing Traverse for one, well all of the profiles seem to be shrunken down in general. An updated Traverse I would expect to keep very similar dimensions and just have a change of features ie. headlights, tail lights, DRLs even, etc.

https://www.motor1.com/news/130556/2018-chevy-cuv-spy-shots/?
 

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Dodge Dart was a disappointment, the Charger was also a disappointment in my books. Now apparently the Barracuda is in the pipeline but considering it'll be built off of the Challenger (which they got kind of right) it should be okay.

Chevy did pretty decently with the Camaro but that was something that's been on the roads forever so not really the best comparison.
 

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The Zeta platform wasn't bad either though, and it's still being used with the Holden Commodores and the Chevy Caprice. Why do you think that would have spelt disaster for it??
 

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Well, I guess it was the right move and with the new ZL1 package, they've been taking sales from the Mustang which is definitely a hard task to do. Can't wait to see what they do with it next though as we all know this isn't the end. Especially with the race for more HP.
 

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The Camaro isn't done yet by far and that's a given. It sells for them and you can buy a base model for a reasonable price or pay a nice amount more and get yourself a beast. They have models that appeal to everyone.

Trying to think of what other car they could potentially bring back from back then though that would work as a volume product.
 

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I'm kind of hoping they bring out more cars in the performance muscle division. Dodge is going to be bringing out the Barracuda (I think), and it would be pretty cool if Chevy brought back something else too like the Chevelle or the Nova.
 

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Feedback was great for the Sedan, it's just that the sales weren't. It was essentially just another G8 GXP. That as well, didn't really fare well.

The Camaro is getting tired, and much like the Challenger is going to be departing in a few years, the Camaro should follow suit because I doubt they're going to come out with anything more intense like the Hellcat -> Demon thing.
 

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The Charger is amazing. You can buy one that's a base, you can get an AWD model, you could buy a power house with a darn 6.4L in it. That thing is amazing, there's one for everyone lol.
 

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The Challenger really strikes a cord with the older generation as it does in fact have similarities to it's earlier glory days. Everything else.. not so much. But the variety of consumers for those vehicles is very evident.
 
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