A simple rendering for the weekend. I really like the design of the new GMC Acadia and so I wonder how it’d look as a pickup truck. Unlike other regular pickup trucks, this rendering’s ground clearance isn’t as obvious.
Images may not be re-posted without permission. These were first posted in Car and Driver and Road & Track a month ago, accompanying an article about GMC’s plan to build a Jeep Wrangler competitor, and possibly also bringing back the Jimmy name.
A new generation of Escalade for the rappers and homies.
Shortened the Sierra as the 2-door Regular Cab variant. A significant reduction in length (though the bed remains the same size), the Sierra Regular Cab should be lighter, faster and more fuel-efficient. Agree?
These renderings were first featured in PrickupTurcks.com a month ago. Mark Williams mentioned that GM had announced a $380 million investment in the Wentzville, Mo., plant that will produce the next-generation Chevy Colorado, but no announcement was made that the Canyon will be produced there as well. Common sense says GM will continue to produce […]
In my previous not-too-successful attempt in rendering a shooting brake variant of the Alfa Romeo Brera, I mentioned I’ll give the 159 Sportwagon a try. I think the shooting brake style is better suited here with the 159. Besides removing the rear doors while lengthening the front doors, the roof had to be lowered too. […]