Monday, January 11, 2010

2010 GMC Granite Concept

2010 GMC Granite Concept

The 2010 GMC Granite Concept pushes the perception of GMC in the marketplace at the 2010 Detroit Auto Show. Learn about features such as the unique flip-and-fold seat concept and how the Granite demonstrates what the GMC brand could become.

Meant to be stylish and functional, the concept measures 60.5 inches (1,536 mm) tall, 70.3 inches (1,786 mm) wide, and 161.3 inches (4,097 mm) long. This makes it approximately the size same as the Scion xB, which GMC has listed as a potential competitor.
In terms of styling, the Granite features a massive grille, 20-inch wheels, and rear-hinged doors like the Opel/Vauxhall Meriva. Other touches include a high beltline, LED tail lights, and a rear spoiler that is integrated into the roof.

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