HIGHLAND TWP., MI – General Motors Co. considers the styling direction of its GMC division a blank slate, pointing to the all-new ’10 Terrain cross/utility vehicle as one possible path among many for the 97-year-old nameplate. GM also calls the 5-passenger CUV the beginning of the end for badge engineering. “GMC has not traditionally been a brand within itself – lots of rebadging” Steve McCabe, exterior designer on the Terrain, tells Ward’s during a preview of the vehicle here. “With ...
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