All of the above. Or more accurately, FWD, RWD and AWD. Jack Keebler, Director of GM's Advanced Concepts Group, is back on GM's FastLane Blog with his take on the results of last week's informal survey of buyer preferences for future drivetrain architecture.
His take on the FastLane readers' comments is that there is a "healthy market" for "great-driving front-, rear-, and all-wheel drive cars and trucks." In other words, the right drivetrain for the intended purpose of the vehicle. Judging by the Autoblog comments here, I think we would all agree.

His closing comment should put a smile on a lot of readers' faces - he promises to develop "a line of small, agile, rear-wheel-drive cars."

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