GM insiders talk CTS/Zeta/Alpha plans

GM insiders talk CTS/Zeta/Alpha plans

There are 1 comment on the Left Lane News story from May 11, 2007, titled GM insiders talk CTS/Zeta/Alpha plans. In it, Left Lane News reports that:

GM insiders have disclosed new information regarding GM's latest rear-wheel-drive plans including details on the forthcoming large RWD Zeta cars, the Alpha platform, and future Cadillac offerings. via Left Lane News

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Carman

Edmond, OK

#1 Jun 5, 2007
GM has so many new products in the next two or three years. G8, Camaro, GTO, Impala, Buick Lucerne and Cadillac replacements, ElCamino, all on the Zeta platform. If they sell well, it is doubtful Oshawa, ON and the limited volume from Austalia can supply enough volume for the Zeta vehicles. About the same time the Zeta's are complete, the Alpha's start production. GM finally has the right product, but not enough production capacity to satisfy demand. A great opportunity to increase market share on the car side of the business, as well as boost the CAFE average for it's fleet. These are awesome days ahead, the Volt, Sequel and mini's also have alot of potential. Sales are ready for a rebound.

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