"What's that loud, boring sound you'll hear when I stop talking?"
"It's an albino humping worm!"
"Why do they call it that?"
"Because it doesn't have any pigment."
Saying it is not ok for GM to sell a car name "SS" because WW2 is as stupid as saying it is not ok for Porsche to sell a car name "911" because of the September 11 attack.
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A little insight from the G8 days.
I was selling new Pontiacs during those days. When GM threatened to bring the Ute over as the G8, I personally had 3 local funeral homes ready with cash for them. Why? Because, to make a flower car out of a Caddy costs over $60k+ brand new. The G8 Ute would have been around $30k and only maybe another $10k after putting the slides and rails in the bed. It also would have been a resell-able car once it came time to replace the fleet. Flower cars are just sawed up Cadillacs, but the Ute would have been for the most part unaltered.
I think there is a market for Utes. It may be small, but done correctly and having entry level trim levels it can be done.
As I said before - if someone can highlight the edges of the camoflauged 2013 SS cup car, it would give a very good idea of what the production one will look like (from the front).
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I'm a fan of all kinds of cars, but not seeing the excitement around this one. Too many better RWD or AWD options out there, imo. Looks don't do it for me in any way either, at least not from the above pics.
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Fwiw the front clip can be swapped over without major hacking, iirc it's all bolt off bolt on.
That looks nice. This is going to be a good looking car, and based on how GM has been performing lately, the car itself (performance, refinement, etc) is going to match the looks. Fingers crossed that it sells well.
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