Originally Posted by Arachnyd
Looks like they are going to do the same thing to the camaro they did with the Avalanche.
The new camaro had dramatic styling, and it was a HIT. Then they listen to all the average people give design input, they adjust their design accordingly, and create a coupe that looks like every other car on the market, and then wonder why no one buys it.
On the avalanche they had a crazy design that while a lot of people thought it was ugly, it sold well. They change the design to make it look like what everyone wanted and sales plumetted to 1/3rd what it was before, never recovering until they pulled it off the market.
GM needs a new VP of Marketing.
A) Not a production car, so nobody will be able to buy it anyways.
B) Most of Avalanche's decreased sales were because of 1500 Crew Cabs. GM was always reluctant to build light duty crew cabs until Avalanche.