GM has teased the US with an official sneak-peek at the new 2015 GMC Canyon and Chevy Colorado trucks, ahead of their long-awaited launch dates. And while they shots don’t exactly give away all the juicy details we’d been hoping for, it’s pretty clear that the front grilles have been designed around those of the 2014 Sierra and Silverado.
GM seems to have every intention of keeping us guessing in the meantime. As far as what we actually know for sure goes, the only confirmed details are that the 2015 GMC Canyon and Chevy Colorado will go into production at the automaker’s Wentzville plant next year. There’s been plenty of talk concerning GM’s rumoured decision to change the names of both, but realistically speaking this is about as likely as Satan ice-skating to work.
They’ll be called the 2015 GMC Canyon and Chevy Colorado…end of story.
Meanwhile, GM has also confirmed not only that the 2015 Chevy Spark is official a go, but that the next Chevy Sonic won’t arrive until the 2016 model year at least. The news came following labor talks with Korea and at the time of writing, no exact launch date has been confirmed for either of the upcoming vehicles.
“The management said it originally planned to launch the redesigned Aveo in late 2015, but the plan was pushed back. It also said it will produce the new Spark in the first half of 2015,” Choi Jong-hak informed Reuters while representing GM.