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GM Plans Chevy Orlando Concept All-In-One Utility Vehicle, Apparently Unfamiliar With Idiom: “Jack of All Trades, Master of None”

Posted in auto industry, Car Photography, Cars, Chevrolet, Concept Cars, Newsworthy, XUV by Suzanne Denbow | September 10th, 2008 | Leave a Reply |

Beating the Ford Kuga to the American punch, Chevy has announced plans to unveil their new crossover SUV, the Chevy Orlando, at the Paris auto show next month. The 7-seater multi-purpose vehicle is part of Chevy’s attempt at shifting with the growing trend, namely, growing young families who need the space, but resist buying a minivan like a cat avoids water. Chevy spokeswoman Nancy Libby explained to Auto News, “Chevrolet is looking at all its options to meet the needs of buyers…We’re looking at what works in markets around the world.”

Apparently, what buyers around the world want is a family wagon/van/SUV crossover that is just ambiguous enough to convey either “I’m a single guy who mountain bikes on the weekends” or “We’re late for soccer practice.” For the ambitious single father whose going for both, however, the Orlando’s rear tinted windows provide the perfect cover for the dual car seats you’ve got riding in the back while you lay your best mack down on the knockout sitting next to you at the red light.

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