MPVs are often labelled as a woman’s domain, with the design then promptly reverting to boring and boxy, as if estrogen serves only to dull the aesthetic sense.
The new Orlando’s “bold and aggressive looks”, as GMSA planning VP Ian Nicholls puts it, hopes to transcend the cliche of an MPV being nothing more than a mom’s taxi.
“We are staying miles away from that tag,” says Nicholls.
The Orlando, based on the Cruze platform, is GMSA’s ticket into the MPV segment, as it last had a competitor there with the Opel Zafira, some years ago.” read the full article on Creamer Media’s Engineering News
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