On Wednesday, General Motors CEO Mary Barra arrived at the Barclay Global Automotive Conference with plenty of news to share about the automaker’s future electric-car portfolio. In fact, the automaker seemed to slip in a teaser in the presentation slides.
The image, which we published yesterday, showed an unbranded all-electric crossover with razor-sharp headlights and a nearly inexistent front grille. So, now we bring it to you: what brand will receive the electric crossover?
Our first stab at a guess is a Chevrolet since the rear end looks pretty similar to the Bolt EV, but without additional photos, we can’t say that for sure. Some readers felt the front fascia design looks more in tune with Buick, however. It’s possible this unnamed crossover is a Buick since we know the brand will gain a Bolt EV derivative in the next 18 months.
Two brands were not naming are GMC and Cadillac. The crossover doesn’t seem to fit either brands’ current design motifs. Though, the vertical cuts in the front fascia do remind us of Cadillac. Everything else looks tad mainstream for GM’s premium brand.
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