Despite having a rather lackluster interior as well as being big and heavy, the previous-, fifth-generation Camaro became an astounding sales success. So it would only stand to reason that addressing those areas of criticism would have caused the current, sixth-generation model to grow sales even further, right? Apparently not.
The current Chevy Colorado and GMC Canyon arguably re-ignited the midsize pickup truck battle in the United States. Thanks to their success, Toyota now is now selling a new Tacoma and new competitors are about to enter the fray, including Ford with its new Ranger and Jeep with the Wranger-based Scrambler. Meanwhile, GM’s offerings are beginning to show their age. Though the duo was initially introduced for the 2015 model year, the trucks are based on an architecture that debuted for the 2013 model year in international markets. Now, all-new Colorado and future Canyon aren’t due until 2022, leaving room for a refresh of the current models.
2018 will be a rather big and important year for General Motors, as the automaker will introduce either all-new or refreshed models across key segments. Here’s a comprehensive guide of ten new GM cars to look forward to in 2018.