Could it indicate the automaker’s desire to actually produce the little vehicle?
That smoke stream…
Better to have a steady stream of launches than an overload, in this case.
The 5.0 was the smallest V6 in the family. The biggest was 7.8 liters (478 cubic inches).
A unique approach that’s apparently been done before.
How does 305 lb.-ft. sound?
Or is it an intentional Easter Egg?
That’s a lot of rubber.
In less than four years, 89 percent of the company’s product will be refreshed or all-new compared to today.
Who’s planning on getting one?
The same could perhaps go for the GMC Canyon.
What does it mean?