GMC is dealing with a new nameplate. The car manufacturer has used to trademark the "Granite" name yet again, which indicates that we might see either hatchback or crossover pretty soon. Well, to be sincere, the hatch is extremely unlikely to happen, specially now when the crossovers are offering like hot cookies, so we bank on some SUV, most probably the subcompact one. According to our sources, the nameplate will most likely land in display rooms at some point next year as the 2021 GMC Granite.
Mazda's plan to bring another two crossover SUVs to North America isn't anything new. Still, no matter the fact we understand the automaker's intention, we have no hint what precisely is going on. Rumors are going around that a person of them is going to be the mid-size CX-7 crossover, and this makes sense for us. The nameplate which was dropped in 2012 will reportedly be manufactured in the U.S.A.
Cars have no expiry date. However, if the nameplate gets no changes for a while, sale figures decrease for sure, which's one of the biggest reasons that the automakers enhance their models. For an example, Honda's third-generation Fit has been introduced in 2014 and ever since the hatchback received simply one upgrade, so it's pretty clear why the carmaker started working on the follower which is going to be presented next year as the 2021 Honda Fit.
The 2021 GMC Canyon is preparing yourself to get a mid-cycle update much like its platform friend from Chevrolet. The updated compact pickup truck will supposedly get fresh looks, both within and outdoors, in addition to improved technology and an all-new powertrain.
Jeep has boosted its lineup with a pickup truck and more crossover offerings, but one product that has been sorely missing out on from the range is a three-row SUV. Quickly, FCA will correct that by restoring the Wagoneer and Grand Wagoneer nameplates for 2 SUVs slotting above the Grand Cherokee. Jeep has actually kept details on the upcoming large SUVs close to the chest, including what they will look like-- but we can guess. These renderings might offer you a concept what the real-deal Wagoneer and Grand Wagoneer will look like when they get here in a couple of years.