After being caught with their pants down with limited small car choices, GM is now giving details about how they plan to address the short fall in their line up. While no definite plans were given on the North American market, GM plans to use GM Daewoo Auto & Technology to produce small cars. While most of these models will not be destined for the US market, you can bet that a few will make it through. Also mentioned was a plan to double the number of crossover models GM current sells. This is not much of a surprise, since we've already seen the developments on their full-size crossover platform. There is talk of cutting the total number of platform architectures by half. We're interested to see how that pans out.
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