No wonder GM’s national dealer council is investing $1 million in GM, the automaker has an interesting vehicle onslaught on the horizon (okay maybe we’re giving the General too much credit). The guys at AutoObserver have posted these pics of the upcoming Chevrolet Cruze, CTS Wagon, the Buick sedan based on the Invicta, Saab 9-4X and Cadillac SRX.
As we learned earlier the global Chevrolet Cruze will replace the Cobalt in 2010. We like what we see and we also like what hear as vice chairman Bob Lutz earlier confirmed the Cruze will average a fuel-economy of more than 40mpg . Could there be a hybrid version in works? Only time will tell.
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Earlier today, GM confirmed that the Cadillac CTS coupe and CTS wagon will go into production at its Lansing Grand River plant in the first half of 2009. A diesel variant of the CTS wagon will be made exclusively for the European market.
Lutz has also confirmed a production version of the Buick Invicta concept that will arrive in selected markets earlier next year. The Invicta is expected to be Buicks next flagship sedan.
Saab’s 9-4X will share the same platform as the next-generation Cadillac SRX which will be based on the Cadillac Provoq. Rumor has it that both models will be offered with 4-cylinder engines.
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Chevrolet Cruze, Cadillac CTS Wagon, Buick Invicta, Cadillac SRX and Saab 9-4X :