MONTICELLO, N.Y. -- GMC is planning a vehicle smaller than the Terrain crossover, said Mark Reuss, General Motors North America CEO.
While giving no details about the product or its timing, Reuss said at a press event here that the truck brand will expand below its current lineup.
"There are going to be some innovative portfolio entries for GMC," said Reuss. Asked if the new GMC model would be more carlike, he said: "Yes. There will be different sizes in the showroom. I'd say it that way."
GMC showed the Granite concept, which was about the size of a Honda Fit, at the 2010 Detroit auto show. At the time, GM said it "could stretch people's ideas of what a GMC can be."
GM decided against producing the van-shaped concept, which was described as targeting young, urban buyers who considered the Terrain or Chevrolet Equinox too big.