While shopping for a crossover a couple years back i was wondering why there's nothing from GM that competes with the CR-V, Rav4 and so on.
that's precisely what's happening here and its what will keep the lights on at GMLets just hope that Chevy doesn't crossoverize it and make it lose all its originality. That rendering is already showing something that's a far cry from the last generation.
It all comes back to branding where having some history, a story or something its derived from that gets to the brands very core creates a great image.I understand that there is an established norm in terms of specs and styling. But why reuse established nameplates if you have no intention of playing on their heritage.
At that point the question of who cares comes up and as buyer demographics shift, I discovered no one really does.I think it discredits the brand and devalues the vehicle when they just slap an old moniker on a new car and call it a day. Proves that they don't know what their consumer base wants from a reintroduced model.
I wish it was a bit more rounder like the Blazer.That's look nice