- Buick Regal Country Tourer: Using the Opel Insignia Country Tourer as a base, MT argues that GM should slap some Buick badges on this off-road ready wagon and send it stateside. While it’s not exactly the enthusiasts choice, we can’t argue with the idea. It would be seemingly cheap and easy for GM to accomplish, and will likely rack in sales for the brand (if the success of the Subaru Outback is anything to go by).
- Cadillac ATS Shooting Brake: Surprisingly MT is arguing for a five-door ATS wagon with the name “Shooting Brake.” Semantics aside, an ATS wagon would make a solid replacement for the now-defunct CTS wagon. Unfortunately, even MT acknowledges the likelihood of such a model is right around 10 percent.
- Chevrolet Cruze Wagon: Like the Regal Country Tourer, a Cruze wagon should be relatively easy for the brand to bring stateside as the model is already sold in other parts of the world. Unfortunately, with the upcoming release of the new D2XX-based Cruze, we don’t expect a Cruze wagon to be offered to U.S. customers anytime soon (if ever).
- GMC All-Terrain Wagoneer: Count this one as a pipe dream. MT is advocating for a “chopped and lifted off-roading monster” based off of the Terrain SUV. Aimed at the Subaru Outback, we don’t see an “All-Terrain Wagoneer” ever becoming more than a mere concept.