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GM Ditches Cookie-Cutter Approach With Truck and SUV Interiors

Edmunds.comEdmunds.com Posts: 10,112
edited September 2014 in General

imageGM Ditches Cookie-Cutter Approach With Truck and SUV Interiors

General Motors is using a different approach when it comes to designing the cabins of its SUVs and pickup trucks, including the 2014 Chevrolet Silverado.

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  • gam2gam2 Posts: 316
    GM had 2 completely differents dash designs in their pick-ups. The lower trim levels used one style while the upscale models used the dash from the Tahoe/Suburban.
  • justaske96justaske96 Posts: 4
    duh. higher me GM --i woulda saved yall at least a mil on this "research".
  • It's too bad both the GMC and Chevrolet trucks for 2014 both have the same interior... So I guess I don't see the big revelation they had?
  • worked3worked3 Posts: 4
    Amazing, I new this as a kid, but it has taken GM over 100 years to figure it out. I guess better late than never.
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