General Motors apparently wasn’t all that interested in the Detroit Motor Show, nor were they all that captivated by that shindig in Geneva. Nope, GM has been saving up all their big guns for the upcoming New York Auto Show, where they plan to unveil no fewer than seven new cars for us to drool over. This figure consists of six “never-before-seen production cars and one all-new concept.” The cryptic news provides no specific information, but we did come across a few predictions.
General Motors is currently working on several projects, so some, none, or all of these may be making their virgin appearances in New York: Corvette SS/Stingray, Pontiac Vibe successor, Cadillac CTC (CTS Coupe), CTS-V, Buick Lucerne facelift, Buick Lacrosse facelift, Tahoe/Silverado/Malibu hybrids, Hummer H4, RWD Impala, and a Cadillac S-Class competitor.
We’re expecting some trickles of details from GM over the next two weeks, but we won’t know for certain until they take the covers off in New York next month.