The concept was shown in a 2-door bodystyle which, at the first sight, looked pretty awesome, despite the fact that it was somehow in contrast to the current market demands (small-displacement engines, fuel-efficient models without a particular interest in design and aerodynamics). However, according to Todd Lassa of motortrend.com, General Motors may launch a four-door version of Converj that would be better received by American buyers.
GM vice chairman Bob Lutz already said the mass-production Converj would be different from the concept but did not mention the elements that would differentiate the two versions. However, a four-door variant is expected to arrive as soon as 2013, according to the aforementioned source.
Meanwhile, the production Converj is still in doubt as General Motors is currently thinking whether to concentrate on Chevrolet Volt or on a partially-similar Cadillac.
"Ready to go? Well, first we have to prove to ourselves that we have the money. And then that it's a high enough priority to displace something else, and that we can actually make money on the vehicle, and that there is potential customer interest and so forth. We haven't done any of that work yet,” Lutz stated in mid-January.