Here Is The All-New 2023 Chevy Montana Pickup73
After seven intensive months of official sneak peeks from GM’s Brazilian subsidiary, the all-new 2023 Chevy Montana has just made its world debut in Brazil as the first compact unibody pickup in Chevrolet‘s history.
The automaker officially revealed the all-new 2023 Chevy Montana during a special broadcast on the Chevrolet Brasil YouTube channel, anticipating the brand’s most important and strategic launch for next year both in the country and throughout South America. GM claims that the new 2023 Montana inaugurates a new compact pickup concept by combining the comfort of a utility vehicle with the versatility and robustness of a truck.
“This innovative concept from new Montana fits perfectly with the new habits, values and needs of the consumer, who seeks a healthier lifestyle, with better harmony between work and leisure, with more productivity and satisfaction,” said President and CEO of GM South America, Santiago Chamorro, in an official press release. “Only such a multifunctional and disruptive car could deliver all this with quality and prestige,” he added.
Based on an extended variant of the GEM platform, the all-new 2023 Chevy Montana combines a crew cab body with Chevrolet’s global design language sporting a Chevy Blazer-inspired front end, organic lines and a raised cargo bed that bring unique proportions. Black plastic cladding adorns the lower body section, while the most-equipped variants include roof rails and a sport bar above the bed.
However, the most distinctive feature of the all-new 2023 Chevy Montana is the new Multi-Flex cargo bed designed to function as a giant 874-liter (30.87 cu. ft.) trunk. It comes with an advanced tonneau cover sealing system that gives it the best waterproofing protection in the segment and offers an extensive line of accessories that allow multiple solutions for cargo transportation, in a combination that no other vehicle on the market offers.
All versions of the 2023 Chevy Montana come standard with a custom-calibrated 1.2L turbocharged engine that develops an output of 133 horsepower and 155 pound-feet of torque. The block can be mated to six-speed manual or automatic transmissions that will offer the best acceleration and the lowest fuel consumption in the segment, respectively. Apparently, the new Montana will only be offered with FWD.
The all-new 2023 Chevy Montana has just entered a special pre-sale period and will begin arriving at the extensive network of Chevrolet dealers in Brazil starting in February of next year. As the new entry-level model in the Bow Tie brand’s pickup portfolio, the new Montana will be manufactured at the GM São Caetano do Sul plant to supply the Brazilian market and export to other countries in the American continent.
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This mention that Montana “inaugurates a new concept of compact pickup, combining the comfort of a utility vehicle with the versatility and robustness of a truck” is pure marketing. Other models that came before are more versatile and capable in some aspects, since they have 4×4 traction in some versions, like Oroch and Toro, their main competitors.
I don’t know what kind of quality and prestige a Chevrolet model could deliver. The only point that the models developed on top of the GEM platform stand out is security for emerging market standards. In other respects, Chevrolet is on par or behind the competition.
In terms of design, this new philosophy imposed by the matrix will not be to the liking of many! Montana looks more like a combination of styles from different models, so much so that it is not as harmonious as some of its competitors. The rear lights are clearly inspired by Fiat Toro and Strada, its main competitors.
In terms of powertrain, GM could have tried harder and not imposed so much cost cutting and adopted a stronger engine to stay closer to the competition. Oroch uses a 1.3 TCe with 170 hp and 27.5 kgfm and Toro uses a 1.3 GSE with 185 hp and 27.5 kgfm. The brand should have used at least the 1.4T of the Cruze or adopted direct injection in the 1.2T.
Does Fiat even exists?
Not only does it exist, but it took over Chevrolet’s leadership from 2021. The Italian brand is one of the best able to identify the Brazilian consumer’s preference, see the success of the even more compact pickup Strada and Toro, this Montana competitor.
I searched the Latin Ncap results and Fiat’s car are crap. If that’s what brazilians want, so they go…
Fiat is behind in this regard when compared to some brands, such as Chevrolet and VW, which have better evaluated models. With the creation of Stellantis, it is expected that Fiat will adopt the group’s new CMP platform, to the detriment of the “updated” platforms that its models make use of. But leaving this ‘characteristic’ aside, Fiat is indeed one of the brands that most knew how to read consumer preferences and adapt to them, GM needed 8 years to create a competitor for Toro and Oroch, in addition to leaving Strada dominate the segment of compact pickups, this for a brand that is said to have tradition in the segment.
You are right in this regard. The only Fiat model developed in Latin America that isn’t crap is the Toro pickup, as it was developed based on the same platform as the Jeep Compass.
I believe that the success of the model will be much more due to the competitive prices that the brand apparently managed to obtain than to the product itself, since it will not stand out in practically any aspect.
As expected, the new Montana isn’t a pickup truck. It’s rather a CUV with a bed. It’s small, underpowered, front-wheel drive, and its payload is a joke. Not to mention the fact its rear suspension is a twist-beam design, just like these new, cutie and offroad-averse CUVs automakers have been forcing us to buy lately.
MF & Freitas, concordo com vossos pensamentos e diga-se de passagem, o video apresentado foi ridículo por parte da GMB, principalmente aquela dona de Marketing, que nada tem a ver … Achei o carro normal. Claro que eles pegam a frente desse veículo e atualizam a frente do Tracker. Eu nada compraria esses carros, mas vende. Acredito que os da Fiat Toro & Strada ainda vendem mais
BRING THIS TO THE U.S. IMMEDIATELY. I think with Hyundai and Ford, they proved that this segment has potential. I do wish they would at least put a four cylinder in though.
absolutely not. this is not needed
camaro kyle: This is needed much much more than yet another CUV/SUV.
CR.8…even though everything you typed was true people will still say what you typed are lies. I say give us the original S10 with all the engine options and 4WD then we can talk about selling it here but this thing is a joke.
its basically a cuv with an open back. besides from the fact that the cargo space isn’t enclosed this thing has boring cuv written all over it. if it was rwd/ 4wd with the 2.7 L then sure, bring it over. but another fwd 3 cylinder 1 liter is the last thing we need.
Doesn’t even need to be RWD, IMO. Just make a similar vehicle based on the next Equinox. Call it the Warrior…anyone old enough to remember the Warrior rumors in the early 2000s?
It would not work in the US with that engine and the lack of AWD or even a Hybrid option.
For what it’s worth, the Maverick is a hot seller but it seems to be cannibalizing Ranger sales. But that could also be people waiting for the next gen Ranger.
Ranger production has been limited due to allocating the line to Bronco. That’s why they’re delivering 10k+ Broncos a month now.
You’re correct in that Chevrolet NEEDS something like this in the U.S.. But as configured with a 1.2L and just FWD, No mid-gate and a significantly smaller bed than the Maverick, this would be a colossal flop in the U.S. A small SUV based truck that is smaller than the Colorado is going to be an emerging segment, because of fuel prices and pricing. Not having a competitive option for Chevrolet in the U.S. is a huge lost opportunity.
build a 2 door, put a 1.4 turbo engine it with at least 150 + hp and a 6 speed trans in it and around 25,000.you will outsell ford no problem. it needs to get at least 30 miles per gallon 6.0 litres per 100 kms. i am talking 4 cylinder, same as the engine in the buick encore and chev cruze.
I take it back. Do NOT bring this thing to the US. FUGLY! Not a truck.
Hyundai already has this in the US – the Santa Cruz.
Ford has the Maverick, that at least looks like a truck and has AWD. It’s also out selling the Santa Cruz more than two to one, even with the more significant chip sales constraints on the Ford. (The Asian chip makers are getting the Asian automakers more chips – DUH).
Besides GM already has this Montana look on the new Silverado EV-SUV – Truck (SU-uck).
I wouldn’t make too much of Hyundai’s poor sales: the Maverick is cheaper. Don’t think the Koreans aren’t retooling the Santa Cruz as we speak.
No we don’t need this in the US it’s as useless as the Maverick and Santa Cruz… they are NOT TRUCKS.. in such the same way that my Equinox is not an truck based SUV but a car based CUV! Does anyone remember the Subaru Baja?… That thing ended in failure for Subaru and they have never tried to build an SUV/CUV/TRUCK thing again! Now if it had truck bones like the old Chevy S10 then sure build it in the USA as a smaller companion to the Colorado… Also if your going to say HOW ROBUST this thing is then how about at least the 1.5 turbo 4 out of the Equinox as a base engine.
Mike TowpathTraveler… NO… the ORIGINAL S10 from the 80s was a very small truck only a little bigger then the Chevy LUV which was an Isuzu COMPACT TRUCK! Do your research in history and the original S10, Ranger and Dakota could be had in rear wheel drive only or 4WD YES if your going to call it a “ROBUST” truck then I want 4WD that I can turn on and off NOT AWD OR FWD! Now the Colorado which is NOT an S10 to me has gotten very big to the point where it’s almost the size of an Silverado. Oh I almost forgot the 80s S10/S15 where also offered with either a 4 cylinder or a V6 again if GM brought this WANNA BE TRUCK over here 130HP these days is like 90HP in 1985… SAD!
Chevy man you told some one to do his history research on the S10and the GMC. Well my friend left out some of the history , The Chevy S10 S15 GMC name was used until the first generation Colorado was introduced with dumb 5 cylinder engine and 4 ! The first S10 was offered 140 cu V6 110 hp and 4cylinder, then a larger S10 and Canyon was offered and it used 4.3 V6 160 to 190 hp. The GMC changed name to Canyon offered same engine as the S10 ! Now about this new small truck the some of guys that don’t want the Montana here , Do not speak for everyone in the USA ! If that Montana was offered here ,I believe there would be some power changes to engine options and would have all wheel drive option in order to compete with Ford Maverick !
Um, they fit the exact definition of a truck “enclosed cabin, and a back end made up of a cargo bed that is enclosed by three low walls with no roof”. Just because you think you need a HD frame with a V8 and 4wd to take the kids to soccer practice and flex on the guys at the local Starbucks doesn’t mean it isn’t a truck. A truck is a tool, buy the right tool for the job and this is one of them that honestly probably is right down your wheel house with how vocal you are on anti unibody trucks being trucks (not sure why you are so offended by that, it doesn’t make your Heavy Duty truck any less of a truck or water it down).
This isn’t the most attractive, but if they can do an extended cab version that would be something the others don’t have and really cater to the smaller businesses that just need a fuel efficient light duty truck (lawn crews, pool companies, parts delivery, etc).
Power is fine, for a truck the low end torque is key and it is plentiful for its size.
They will make a decision in the future whether it is worthy or not, but they certainly won’t be taking guidance from people like you that have some complex to fulfill…
Note to the die hard geniuses here: Not everyone like you want’s an overbloated, heavy weight mid to full size Mini Peterbilt truck. They want something that reminds them of their old S10, Sonoma or Ford Ranger.
Heck, some here probably don’t even remember the El Camino, Ranchero or even the Dodge Rampage mini-pickup or the Volkswagen Pickup based on the Rabbit chassis. People need to get out of their preconcieved notions that trucks can only be huge.
And on another front, fire Barra and Reuss. Install Santiago Chamorro as the new head of GM in Detroit. Where the former two don’t; Chamorro does get the job done. And a good looking little truck, it is.
Mike here is what really matters.
Through three quarters Ford has sold 51,802 units of the Maverick.
Hyundai sold 26,803 units of the Santa Cruz in the same 3 quarters.
So Two mfgs sold 78,605 units total.
Now let that soak in as to this point that should be the number each company should have moved to this point.
Now GM comes in and takes a chunk of these sales it could easily cut these numbers to even less for each.
We must remember the Honda Ridgeline rarely sells more than 30,000 units a year and many wonder why they keep trying.
Camaro sales suck and they sell about the same here as Ford. You need to stop believing Ford media as they are in trouble financially. They are putting a number of big spin press releases out.
GM has this truck an I suspect it could come here if needed but tgeybarecwaitingbto see if there really is a market here before they drop the money to bring it here. Their first priority is the intended South American market then they will judge if there really is any Money to be made.
Trailblazer and Trax sales are not exactly big last year or so far this year.
Things have been crazy these Last two years so let’s be smart and just see if sales grow back to what they were or not.
The Economy is trash interest is up and parts are still in shortages. Moves need to be made with some real consideration vs hey just bring it here.
I challenge you to look up the real production numbers for last year and through 3 Quarters of this year and see the true story.
Wait, you mean there are more factors to decision-making than “hey that looks good being it here”. You are going to crush some souls.
The truth would crush many souls here.
More misrepresented and made up facts.
The Ridgeline has sold almost 40K units to date in 2022 (with orders exceeding production), it’s sales are increasing. Ford has a 1.5-2 year wait on Mavericks, they received 83k orders for 2023 Mavericks IN ONE WEEK, dealer stock units sell within 6 days of hitting the lot EVEN WITH SOME OF THE MOST RIDICULOUS MARKUPS out there. When you find a Maverick listed at MSRP or $5k or less markup, it’s gone in a day or two.
But yeah. No demand here. Nothing to see folks. It’s just all fake numbers designed to fool you into thinking people want small, more efficient trucks at reasonable prices. Just buy a Corvette and you’ll be happier lmao
GM squashed an opportunity here. They deserve what they get. People are bored with plain crossovers and many could use a truck smaller than a $40k Colorado which is 9/10ths a Silverado
These numbers are not great for a model vehicle. The Ridgeline. Maverick and Hyundai will not even break 100K units combined in one year. Where most mid size truck sell 3-4 times that and Toyota even more.
There was just a story out wondering how long Honda would keep the Ridgeline as sales over the last 10 years have been poor.
C8. R not only that but speaking of Toyota they also don’t have this size vehicle in their lineup… The only thing they used to have that was close was the 2WD Tacoma which they no longer build or sell! So my point being is everyone is bashing GM for not bringing this to America when meanwhile TOYOTA…one of the biggest frigin car companies in the WORLD won’t sell this size “TRUCK” here either… Your right the market isn’t big enough for these vehicles they don’t sell in the hundreds of thousands and they all look cheap inside and out. I would much rather have a Colorado without the off-road package!
I like it better than the Maverick or Santa Cruz. This would be a better commuter for me than my Silverado, better mileage but still offers some utility benefits and I can save the Silver for the heavier work. It would need optional AWD and a 2-door version which I would order immediately. If not I may defect to a 2-door Bronco. Saw one of those the other day and it was sweet but I really don’t want to buy a Ford and lose the GM discount.
I researched the Bronco and they offer a 2-door HT with part-time 4-wheel drive and a manual transmission, this sounds better all the time! I may have to take a closer look in person.
Carl don’t buy a Bronco buy an Escape it’s the same vehicle underneath for cheaper no dealer markup on the escape… Me I would just look into the new Colorado.
The Bronco SPORT uses the same platform as the Escape. The 2-door Bronco mentioned by Carl, is a body-on-frame SUV not at all related to the Escape.
Chevrolet designers need to be fired, this vehicle is horrible, keep designing this type of platform and GM will need to be bailed out by US taxpayers yet again.
Its not made for NA markets as its on a GEM platform, its a good update for the current Montana in South America.
The Montana would be welcomed into the US much like the Maverick if it is in the $20K price range
You? You wouldn’t buy the FORD??? even if you pretend the 2 door he’s talking about is just an escape? Thats amazing!
I don’t think anyone wants an Escape, especially not me.
If it were to make it to the states, the Montana is a good base to work from. I would like to see a few changes, namely the rear fascia. The trunk is a durable cargo area that can get wet unlike in their CUVs. It doesn’t have a trailer hitch, let alone I don’t think the powertrain or suspension could handle much more.
I don’t think it’s the truck that truck people want, but the truck that CUV owners would consider.
Agree it’s a grocery getter that can haul coolers, lawn chairs, and other outdoor stuff but it would never replace my Silverado.
Not much to be excited about here. I was expecting more, but I guess this will fill the needs of many in South America. IMHO, the maverick is a much better and more appealing vehicle. It looks a little trucky, and is beats the subabrus in every aspect of what makes those that drive them love them, and that’s where I leave this segment. This is a segment aimed at those that would drive a Subaru, and maybe pick up some sedan buyers and introduce them to truck life, not take truck buyers and introduce them to sedan life.
This truck will probably be perfect for Brazil. It’s a CUV hack job, so minimal Investment, smooth, efficient, and will be a great business vehicle. Looks like GM is ceding that the vanity truck in Brazil is still the S10.
Though it would be neat to have this in the US you would need to examine what the real potential market is.
The Maverick is “super hot” yet has it has barely sold 50,000 units, are those 50,000 sales new Ford customers that would have gone elsewhere? OR are they Ranger and base F150 sales that are being syphoned away?
Hyundai has less of an issue with this since they don’t have any other trucks.
Considering the Montana for the US would mean extensive market research to find out if this would bring in new customers or if this would just take away existing Colorado and Silverado customers.
Selling 60,000 low profit small imported trucklets at the expense of 60,000 more profitable mid and full size trucks isn’t winning anything.
If GM still had an alternative brand without trucks, like Saturn, this would have probably been a good fit for them….and there is the issue of the “chicken tax” that hasn’t even been discussed.
I doubt any Maverick buyers were considering the F-150 before.. maybe the Ranger, though Ford says most are “conquest” sales from people who didn’t own pickups before.
As for Chevy, you’re right it would be a huge risk to bring the Montana to the US as it is. I think the Maverick succeeded because a) it looks like a bigger truck, b) there’s a cheap hybrid option, and c) there’s also an AWD turbo option. Chevy would have to develop something like that that wouldn’t eat into sales of the new Colorado.
I would need to see Fords marketing data, but if it takes sales away from any other Ford vehicle, then its still not a real win, if they would have bought an Escape, Ranger, Flex etc whatever, then you just wasted development money on getting a buyer you were going to get anyway at the expense of you already established models.
Same with the Bronco.
50,000 of anything is barely qualifying for keeping something in production, they way people talk about the Maverick as a success you would imagine they were selling 300,000 of them……
“Considering the Montana for the US would mean extensive market research to find out if this would bring in new customers or if this would just take away existing Colorado and Silverado customers.”
Your thought is exactly how those in charge of GM, think. And it explains perfectly why GM is where it is right now in sales and leadership within the car industry. I give Bob Lutz credit; he tried to revive GM from it’s coma with exciting cars like the Solstice/Sky Miata competitors. The mid-size Colorado and Canyon. Even bringing in the GTO/G8/Chevy SS from Holden. The Volt and Bolt. Since Barra has taken over, all they have done is tread water. Aside from the Corvette mid engine car, they have released no product that stands out within the industry. Even Hyundai, with it’s Ioniq and Santa Cruz, is eating their lunch with exciting launches.
Taking sales away from your existing more profitable products to sell a few units of a less profitable vehicle is cannibalizing your own sales, which is exactly what GM did for years with Cutlassbus and Monteregalprixs, etc etc etc.
Market research is how most companies function, except maybe Tesla, where you have an ADD billionaire decide he wants a car with square wheels and a steering wheel in the trunk and they just bow to what he demands.
When you’re looking to spend hundred of millions if not billions on something, you’re going to do some research and analytics, even Frito-Lay takes years of research and studies to come out with a new chip flavor.
I imagine your one of those guys that thinks Chevrolet should have a Camaro, Chevelle and a Monte Carlo in the line up too, I understand, I used to think that way too…..
Hyundai does tons of market research, in between massive engine fire recalls.
Bob Lutz is fairly overrated, with his other stunning successes like Merkur at et al, is there anything from the Lutz era that is even still in production? Sky? Solstice? GTO? He was the one that approved the mediocre 2005 STS redesign over a more exciting and attractive car, he almost sunk the wildly successful 2nd gen CTS too.
GM is not exciting right now and I don’t agree with their leadership or the direction they are going,(Corvette brand, ALL IN on electrics etc) and while the Montana is a neat vehicle, bringing it over to sell 50,000-60,000 of them to sell 50,000-60,000 less of another GM car isn’t really a smart move.
Now that you mention it, revered car names from GM’s Golden Era is EXACTLY what the doctor ordered. Imagine somebody within GM leadership who ordered the commisioning of an all-electric based on say, the 1970 Chevelle SS. 1970 Camaro. 1969 Grand Prix. Boat tail Riviera or 63 Riviera. Now to someone like you, beaten down by the bland boring product of recent GM, you’d say things about “market share….it’d never sell.”
Guess what? It’s already been proven that it does. Chrysler with it’s Ralph Gillies designed Challenger and Charger, cars running on now-obsolete platforms, consistently beating the new Camaro in sales. It sold like hotcakes because THIS is what the public wants. Mustang continues to sell and they do it by leaning back to it’s history, the Bullitt, Shelby versions, Mach 1.
Lutz is “overrated”? Good grief, that is a fairly dismissive and ignorant remark. I’d say in return that Lutz was one of those rarities in the car building business: A man who loved cars, sporting cars, cars with an identity and a soul. He first proved it by convincing the dodgy old farts at Opel to release the Opel GT and he continued to do so in a long, distiguished career at GM, Ford and Chrysler. Wherever he was, interesting cars came about. Speaking of that Solstice; I’d love to get my hands on a Solstice GXP Coupe. But the price of those cars have not depreciated at all since it was discontinued in 2009, to the tune of an average cost of these cars running over 30 grand, today.
And you’re not being honest about your statement about what Lutz era cars survive today? You know and I know that cars from the big manufacturers do not survive but a 4 or 5 year run. But since you did ask what car Lutz had a hand in that survives today: Camaro.
This honda ridgeline would be sweet with an LS7 in it. And then convert it into a Chevy truck.
With FWD Not!
There are enough “trucks” available at crazy prices. Give me a new El Camino to drive and I’ll be a happy consumer. Of course that’s not going to happen THAT is why I have my trusty ’76 El Camino for any lighter hauling needs (although is has carried many a spare engine and tools to the track for me) or my ’68 C10 which is the perfect size truck for me and the Home Depot parking lot. Heck I can even park it in the parking garage at work without making the adjacent spots unuseable… My point is trucks have morphed into luxury barges that people use for regular commuting they are not just for “utility” anymore…
I use my land yacht/2018 Super Charged Sierra Denali for everything. The 1/4 mile runs down the track, Home Depot loads, 5th wheel pulling, long 4WD hikes and it drinks a F…ckton of gas. That’s why I purchased it. Drive it till it drops. Reliable, fast, comfortable, utilitarian and looks great. What more could I ask for? If you take care of it, it will take care of you. Then those $80,000 purchases are spaced out every 10 years.
So, Gm is giving up on car sales, Camaro, Malibu getting the axe. So, maybe let take a look at the 70’s, what if GM totally builds a new platform like the second gen Camaro a little bigger with the bigger greenhouse. Think what they could build on that with AWD and more engine choices. A new 4 door Malibu, Chevelle, 2 door Chevell SS, El Camino, El Camino SS and finally the Camaro. A base engine and a turbo 6. With all those different models that should keep one plant busy for a while.
IN MY DREAMS.
A 1.2 liter engine? Good grief, what’s next, an 18 HP Briggs and Stratton? Does anyone honestly think these lawn tractor engines are going to last 200K miles?
My 2013 Fiat 500 Abarth has a 1.4 liter, turbocharged, intercooled 4 cylinder engine putting out some 160 hp and gets a consistent 36 mpg. I call it my Baby HellCat. With probably the best sounding exhaust note I have ever heard in a 4 cylinder engine. Heck, for that matter, the 16 hp Briggs and Stratton, opposed piston engine I inherited from Dad, is still going strong since 1981. Small bore engines that are well designed and taken care of by their owners can indeed, give long life and service. Of course, mindsets have to change. One is not going to tow their Grady White Atlantic fishing boat down to the boat ramp and back……though I suspect some here might have expectations of doing that!
You have a 1.4 liter in a car, this is a baby pickup. 1.5 liter makes sense. FWD only?
I will wait until a true engine and AWD is available
While there are many on this site that may not like the new Montana, I believe this would sell in all of North America. Its not a truck for those who want a body on frame vehicle , no more than a chevy Sonic is. However with most of the small cars ending production, there is a market for this , those coming from small FWD cars who want more practicality. The engine is fine for the intended audience. This vehicle will be a life style choice and its great to see Chevy in this market.
I remember when the original Trax came to market , people said it would never sell , and it basically created a market
The real issue will be can Chevy build enough.
Look at the Trail Blazer , it has huge demand , but no vehicles on the lots for the past 18months. The new Montana is a Trail Blazer with a bed. I believe the chassis will pass US standards as is or with very little work.
I think the styling will be a hit with the target audience.
Think of all the owners of Sonics, Cruzes, Malibus , Civic, Elantras , Etc Etc who still want great fuel economy in a small vehicle that is very practical.
while Ford offers a 2.0L and 4WD on the Maverick, a huge number of people are trying to buy the base vehicle with front wheel drive and the hybrid power trail, ( Fuel economy !!! This is the same market that the Montana could play in , and as far as styling , its a personal preference , but based on the pics , i think the Montana looks great !
GM needs to find a way to make it available in all of NA , or build it up here in Canada !!
Yes, finally a 4 door ElCamino!! give us AWD too please.
Put the 1.5 and 2.0 for the US Market version.
Make the front more masculine to look more like the Colorado and Silverado.
Offer a bigger infotainment screen option for the US Market.
Offer some color in the Interior
Make bigger rear bumpers with small side steps.
I believe those are the only changes needed and GM will have a HUGE hit on their hands in the US and Canada
You can be sure that it would take many more changes for GM to market this model in North America.
CAFE is probably the main reason GM is not bringing it stateside. Alex on Autos has a very informative video on this.
Looks like an Avalanche and a Kia Santa Cruz had a kid.
Matt lol… It looks like the designer’s put no effort into the exterior of this… THING! The Avalanche is upset because you hurt it’s feelings! 😂