GM's Reuss would like a 'nice, light, rear-drive car that's inexpensive'
Mind you, this present-day evolution of Reuss' comments made at the 2012 Detroit Auto Show is still only wishlist material. As then, such a car is "not on the drawing board" according to AN. Even if it were, it wouldn't look like the 130R concept whose warm reception still has Reuss talking about the kind of car it represents. Nevertheless, if such a car were to appear, its sweet spot is the gentler end of the $20,000s, and it would utilize a "scalable and efficient" platform to compete against those aforementioned Japanese twins.
Feel free to speculate in Comments as to what kind of coupe Chevrolet should join the competition with, then forget this ever happened.
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