The executive, who spoke at a J.D. Power Forum, as detnews.com reports, added that the automotive producer planned to bring at least one additional new car to the event. However, no further details of the Camaro-based vehicles have been released.
"It will be fun," Reuss was quoted as saying by the aforementioned source. "I'm not going to give you guys any product information other than what I gave (in the presentation.) I'd ruin the whole show."
The Chicago Auto Show opens its doors on February 9, but we just can't help wonder what are the two four-wheeled creations that will be unveiled by GM. We're hoping that the Camaro-based vehicle will be the Z28, a "creme de la creme" model powered by a supercharged V8, but GM could surprise us with a a novelty. leaving the Z28's release for a subsequent event.
Things aren't clearer in the second vehicle's case either. Various media sources indicate that we'll be dealing with a successor for the Malibu saloon, but there is no evidence that this is actually GM's plan.